2019 Chevrolet Corvette Brings Its Mid-Engine Goodness To Northern Michigan

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The highly-anticipated Corvette C8 has been spotted at a gas station and McDonalds in Cadillac, Michigan.

Looking for more Ferrari-esque than ever before, the mid-engine model was caught by Jake Vandermoon who posted the pictures to Facebook earlier today.

While the car is heavily camouflaged, it appears the Corvette will adopt a more aerodynamic front fascia with shorter overhangs. Styling details are hard to make out but it appears the model has sweptback headlights, larger mirrors, and intakes behind the doors.

Moving further back, we can see the rear of the car has been lengthened for the new mid-engine setup. Elsewhere, there are circular taillights, a center-mounted third brake light, and a four-tailpipe exhaust system. There also appears to be an aggressive rear diffuser and stylish lightweight alloy wheels.

Chevrolet has been extremely tight-lipped about the next-generation Corvette but previous reports have suggested the model will be powered by a mysterious small block V8 engine. There's word on our performance specifications but rumors have suggested the new Corvette will cost significantly more than its predecessor. Nothing is official but pricing could start anywhere between $65,000 and $95,000.

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