The final two Corvettes will be notable for different reasons. First is the all-electric Corvette, and although it’ll be bizarre to see a Corvette without a large-capacity V8 screaming away, it’s got the potential to be even quicker than the gas-powered variants.
Last but most definitely not least, there’s the mighty 2025 Corvette Zora. By combining the ZR1’s twin-turbo V8 and the C8 hybrid’s electric motor/s, it’s anticipated to make around 1,000 horses. It’ll be the priciest Corvette of all – perhaps around $150,000 – but like every other C8, it would still be a relative performance bargain compared to anything else you can get at the price.
The foundation has been laid for these high-performance Corvettes to take the C8 to new heights – we can hardly wait.