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Why Is There No Manual Corvette? We Ask Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter | ...


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Tadge Juechter on the 2020 C8 Corvette Architecture, Z51, Aerodynamics, ...

Tadge Juechter discusses GM's conceptual development of the C8 Corvette

C8 Corvette Media Presentation - Corvettes at Carlisle

C8 Presentation at the NCM April 26, 2019


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C8 | Hi Tadge

View this post on Instagram Caught the #corvette #c8 #zora out playing near San Diego this afternoon. #camo #mule #vette #vettevid #c8vette #midengine #testing #car #cars #carpics #carpic #instacar #carphoto #carphotos #sportscar #performancecar #carsofinstagram #carvideo #vettevideo A post shared by Benjamin Hunting (@huntingbenjamin) on Feb 20, 2019 at 4:35pm PST

The mid-engine Corvette is 60 years in the making

by Hagerty GM’s worst-kept secret is that the eighth generation Corvette will have a mid-engine layout, enabling design, performance, and engineering that will rival the best of Italy’s supercars. To tide you over until the C8 appears on the show circuit in 2019, here’s a capsule history of past mid-engine experiments. During a visit to Zora Arkus-Duntov’s home to pose a single question—Why were you so obsessed with mid-engine designs?—the Corvette’s patron saint confided that his inspiration dated all the way back to 1957, following the Corvette SS’s DNF at the 12 Hours of Sebring. “That’s when I concluded that the heat source [the engine] must be located behind the driver,” he said. Although the official explanation of the DNF was a failure of a rear suspension bushing after only 23 laps of racing, driver John Fitch’s feet were being cooked by the eight uninsulated exhaust pipes located in close proximity to the magnesium firewall and floor panels. The inherent advantage

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