There’s a good chance the upcoming Chevrolet Corvette C8 might set the record for the most rendered car in history — especially if the rumored production delay turns out to be true.
Based on a new set of spy photos of the 2020 Corvette C8 that revealed more details of the headlights and taillights, the renderings manage to paint a rather accurate picture of the upcoming mid-engine sports car.
Compared to previous renderings, the biggest progress can be noticed at the rear, where the taillights appear very detailed, as do the engine cover and sculpted bumper. Other than the updated headlights, no significant changes appear to have been made at the front.
In the images, the Corvette C8 wears the Sebring Orange paint that has been quite popular with the current C7 model. It looks really good on the mid-engined Vette as well.
In addition to these images, Chazcron has also released rotating renderings of the Corvette C8 that show the car painted red, silver and blue. Check out the video to pick your favorite and don’t forget that these are all speculative renderings based on what Chevrolet is willing to show of its 2020 Corvette test prototypes.
Even with all these sketches we’ve seen in recent months, we hope we’ll still be surprised when the wraps come off of the real thing.