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Oldsmobile Aurora: The new era, the last page

New Generation Corvette Renderings

Corvette has a very rich heritage in creating beautifully designed cars. The next generation has every chance to be the worlds most beautiful car in production due to its mid engine layout. Is this? 
It would be very hard not to design something very emotional and appealing in this configuration. Most of the manufacturers managed it. Most of them came up with modern-looking stylish vocabulary implemented in the ME design language. 

We are talking about GM. 
Their last ME design was the Cien, something so perfect that after almost 20 years it still looks like automotive design had stopped somewhere and forgot to evolve. The one before the Cadillac Cien may have been the CERVIII and the Indy. No comments here either. Just take a look at the two most advanced designs ever.

Which brings us to the next question. 

So will this really be the new Corvette?  
Ask yourself just how evolved does this look like? Compare it to its competition. Oh, its competition is not even out yet. But it will be a very fierce field of supercars. Think Aston Valhalla ME(!), AMG Mercedes ME(!), Alfa ME(!) 8C(?), Jaguar ME, McLaren (now the 720S), Porsche ME, Lotus, Audi R10, 18(?) and all the others that are in the pipeline at this moment. Therefore another inevitable question will mark the answer.   
Will it look (more) modern even 2 years from now? 
Does it look now? Is this the most beautiful ME design in production today?  

Then you know the answer
And you may probably be right. 

When the next Corvette (Zora/MantaRay/E-Ray) will be out it will not only be the most advanced supercar in production with its vast array of new technologies and patents but also will wear the most advanced design that will mirror it. 

Does this car look anything like that?