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Here’s A Detailed Look At The 2020 Corvette C8’s Impressive Engineering

The 2020 Corvette C8 is here, and by now you’ve probably seen exterior and interior photos, and read about all the performance figures. That’s great, but what you really want is to learn about the hardware, so here’s what I got from an interview with a Corvette engineer and through sifting through GM’s technical…Read more… […]

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What It Was Like to Go 170 MPH in BMW’s Swankiest Super Sedan

Last month, I drove the 2020 Alpina B7–a 600-horsepower evolution of the BMW 7 Series made by one of the company’s most prominent tuners–near its headquarters just outside of Munich. We stretched its legs on the Autobahn and frankly, I’ve never felt like more of a baller.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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This Is the Only Chevrolet C8 Corvette Interior Any of You Should Be Getting

Now that the 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette is real, we can spend the next few days and weeks poring over the specs, engaging in debates and looking at pictures of it. I spent most of last night looking at the pictures and I can confidently return to you and say there is only one interior […]

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Why the Corvette C8 Became Mid-Engine and Got a Major Suspension Change

We caught up with Josh Holder, the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8’s Program Engineering Manager, at the car’s launch party last night to ask the questions a lot of you have had: why did Chevy move the engine behind the driver, and what made engineers finally swap the car’s signature rear leaf springs for coilover…Read more… […]

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How the Mid-Engine Chevrolet Corvette Became the Automotive Industry’s Biggest Urban Legend

A true, production mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette has been perpetually eminent, for decades and across generations. Until last night, it was always something that was said to be on its way but never showed up—a cautionary tale of automotive rumors that never panned out, no matter how many times the world heard them.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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How the Mid-Engine Chevrolet Corvette Became the Automotive Industry’s Biggest Urban Legend

A true, production mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette has been perpetually eminent, for decades and across generations. Until last night, it was always something that was said to be on its way but never showed up—a cautionary tale of automotive rumors that never panned out, no matter how many times the world heard them.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Women Are Dying in Car Accidents Because The Only Female Crash Test Dummy Weighs 110 Lbs.

For years, it has been reported that women are significantly more likely to be injured in car crashes than men—Jezebel wrote about the phenomenon back in 2011, when it appeared that seat belts were to blame. Most of the women harmed were, to quote USA Today nearly a decade ago, of “relatively short stature,” and…Read […]

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