The 2020 Corvette Is at the Large and Heavy End of the Mid-Engined Crowd

But it uses its dimensions to provide generous passenger and cargo space.

The mid-engined Corvette has made its official debut. Moving the engine behind the occupants is the Corvette’s most significant change in its 66-year history, so now we’re anxious to see how it compares to the rest of the mid-engined sports cars on offer. Obviously, these aren’t really the Corvette’s direct peers, as most mid-engined cars—save for the Porsche Cayman—cost many times more than the starting price of the new Corvette, which Chevy promises will be right around $60,000. But the fact that the C8 is such a mid-engined outlier is a testament to just how large of an achievement it is.

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