Future Chevrolet Corvette Rendered

Dec
29

Future Chevrolet Corvette Rendered - Muscle Cars BlogChevrolet Corvette is undoubtedly one of the big names of the auto industry and whenever its name is brought into discussions, there’s at least one fan around to start a debate on the model’s impressive history. And we must all admit that Corvette is indeed a great model with a fascinating history but what about its future?

General Motors hasn’t talked too much about the future of the Chevrolet Corvette range, letting car enthusiasts around the world feast their eyes with the current incarnations of the model. But a Transportation Design student, on his name James Robbins, created what could be a future Corvette.

In other words, he envisioned the future design of the Corvette, keeping the same language and proportions of the current models. The result is just impressive and the sporty and sleek Corvette would really become a breathtaking car if GM’s designers decide to go this way. Read more!

Of course, not much can be talked about the sketches because it’s all about silent pleasure while enjoying the photos, but James Robbins mentioned that all pics are built in Autodesk AutoStudio and rendered in Keyshot 2.

On a pretty close note, rumors are also suggesting that General Motors is considering a mid-engined Corvette, although only a few things are actually known at this point. In case such a configuration would become reality, the new Corvette would be lighter, would use a V6 as an entry-level engine and would employ forced induction for more power and torque. Photo credit: yankodesign.com

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