The modelRead full Chevrolet Corvette review
With a plush interior, impressive ride quality (on the optional MagneRide dampers), effortless performance and a competitive list price, the Corvette, now in its eighth generation, finally feels like it can take on the best from Europe.
The trimSee full equipment
Our chosen Corvette trim is actually the entry-level one. That’s because it gives you everything you could ever need and more, including heated and ventilated seats, parking sensors all-round, a rear-view camera, a head-up display, wireless phone-charging and the Z51 performance package.
The engineSee full engine specs
With 475bhp and loads of low-down torque, the 6.2-litre naturally aspirated V8 feels quite old school. In fact, unlike rivals, which need to be high in the revs to create most of its power, it's better left in a higher gear. It sounds great too.
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