Most anticipated cars of 2019 Chevrolet Corvette C8
We’re living in the golden era of motoring. Sure, internal-combustion engines are on their way out, but they’re going out with a bang. Currently, the automotive spectrum of cars available is wider than ever. With that being said, here are our favorites you can look out for in 2019
After half a decade the Corvette is finally making the switch over to a mid-engined layout. The guys over at Chevrolet did an amazing job with the C7 ZR1, extracting every bit of performance that chassis had to offer. Realizing there’s not a whole lot of improving to be done on an FR-layout, Chevrolet is now making the switch and chasing the likes of Audi’s R8 and Ferrari’s 488. The new Corvette is going to be faster, lighter and more nimble that its predecessors, but also probably a little more expensive. It’s moving over into new territory which has traditionally been occupied by the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini. If the latest ZR1 is any indication as to how good of a job Chevrolet is doing at the moment, rivaling manufacturers have to keep one eye on the new Corvette C8 and pray that it has mercy when it makes its debut later next year.