The Chevy Corvette enters the third year of its stunning rebirth as a mid-engine sports car with exotic styling that instantly turns heads. The Corvette offers handling and even comfort on the road and a mind-bending package of quickness. With all these facilities, the price point is already lower than the other sports car on the market. So, what more would a car lover want from this stunning car?
In a gathering of impressive performance cars, the Corvette stands out. This is the sign of the class and utility of this car. The car’s launch control system shows that tires ripped from 0 to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds and cleared the quarter mile in 11.8 seconds at more than 118 mph. If you opt for the Z51 performance package, those numbers are 3.2 seconds and 11.5 seconds at 120 mph. Steering and handling are both up to date and easy to control from the driver’s perspective.
The Corvette is one of the more comfortable cars in the series. The test car had the optional MagneRide adaptive suspension. Which offers excellent compliance over a variety of road surfaces. This is why the car is special, as other cars would bump at this speed. Moreover, the Corvette’s GT2 bucket seats are road-trip champions that can help you stay comfortable over thousands of miles. They’re less aggressive than the optional Competition seats but still give you enough support when it speeds up.
The Corvette provides Chevrolet’s newest infotainment system. The graphics are modern, and the touchscreen’s proximity to the driver makes it easy to operate. Although the interior is small in size, the optional 14-speaker Bose audio system manages to produce high-quality sound with plenty of power. Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and be connected and the quality is standard.