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GM President Mark Reuss' Investor Day presentation was a source of information. Most of it was pretty basic, like the info on GM service centers working on Teslas and the GMC Acadia getting bigger for its third generation. This one lives at the mysterious end of the Premonition Pool. When discussing what's in store for the Corvette, Reuss mentioned two vehicles. As Fox News reports, the first is a straight-forward Corvette trim, "the next version of the C8," the "next step in performance for Chevrolet," rumored to be so good it can't be imagined from a performance standpoint." Da Reuss reports according to spokesman for new vehicles due in 2024, he would not have been referring to the hybrid, all-wheel-drive Corvette coming in 2023. The AWD hybrid could have been the trim called the Corvette Grand Sport, according to a possibly leaked GM document the year 2020. The powertrain in this coupe will be the 6.2-liter LT2 V8 from the base Stingray, combined with electric motors driving the front axle for a combined output of about 600 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque.
The images in Reuss' presentation were obscured for media viewers, but we suspect he meant the ZR1. The allegedly leaked document said it was due in 2024 with 850 hp and 825 lb-ft. The output will come from an LT7 engine already on the dyno if a clue recently found at the National Corvette Museum is to be believed.
What will follow is a car that Reuss calls an "incredible performance car" that he expects will "make the world aware" of what GM is capable of and "set the world standard for performance for Chevrolet." Based on the trim cadence we've been reporting on for years, this sounds like the Corvette rumored to be called Zora, which would pair the twin-turbo LT7 V8 with electric motors capable of 1,000+ horsepower. However, Reuss did not call this car a Corvette; he just said it would be based on the C8 architecture. Going back to that GM doc from 2020, it had the ZR1 in 2025. That's a year later than that mysterious offering, and we can't imagine why Reuss wouldn't call a Corvette a Corvette.
In an April LinkedIn post that included a video of the next few years' AWD Corvette, Reuss wrote, "We will be offering an electrified Corvette and an all-electric Ultium-based Corvette in the future." As such, are the only vehicles not included the Corvette family known to us in the rumor pipeline, the electric Corvette-inspired crossover as part of Project R, and the electric Corvette sedan due mid-decade. So stay tuned, big electric things are coming from Chevrolet.
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