Video Gest Up Close And Personal With New 2020 Chevy Corvette Stingray

If you wanted to see what the new 2020 Corvette looks like in the flesh, this is as close as it can get.


Take a closeup look at the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray courtesy of this latest YouTube video.

We’ve seen plenty of still images of the 2020 Corvette, and plenty of spy footage of the camouflaged test mules running around the Nurburgring or driving around Michigan, but we haven’t seen one up close and personal. Until now, thanks to YouTube channel Donut Media.

In their Bumper 2 Bumper series, the latest and greatest Corvette takes center stage. Starting with a brief historical overview that goes over the mid-engine journey of the C8 ‘Vette, including the vast importance of Zora Arkus-Duntov (better known as the Father of the Corvette), we finally get to the good stuff. That being an up-close walk around of a blue 2020 Corvette with the Z51 package installed.

First, the vents take center stage to convince us all that this Corvette will be able to keep itself cool no matter how hard you drive it. The frunk (or front trunk, for those unfamiliar with the parlance of mid-engine supercars) is also showcased with its ability to store a standard piece of carry-on luggage, while the trunk (and yes, the Corvette has both a frunk AND a trunk) can carry 2 full golf bags to make the 2020 Stingray perhaps the most liveable supercar ever made.

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The removable roof panels can also be stowed easily in the trunk in case you fancy some roofless fun.

On the inside, the new interior looks stunning, especially for a Corvette. Everything is focused on the driver making it almost seem like a fighter cockpit. The new climate control strip partitions the driver from the passenger while also ensuring all comfort controls are easily accessible. Meanwhile, the 12-inch gauge cluster sits behind a new squared-off steering wheel while an 8-inch infotainment sits right next to it for easy access.

Everything looks sharp and angular and above all, stylish. This is a true supercar killer that will start at just under $60,000, although the car we see in the video is almost certainly much more expensive than that.

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