Mustang and Corvette are both iconic American nameplates for good reasons. They both represent sports cars with head-turning style, exciting performance and outstanding value. That reputation holds up for both of these cars in 2020. For the 2020 model year, the C8 generation of the Corvette debuted, which is notable for being the first production Corvette with a mid-engine configuration. Meanwhile, the Mustang soldiers on as a front-engine, rear-wheel drive muscle car and we don’t see that formula changing any time soon.
Let’s take a closer look at the differences between these two icons and see which is better.
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