Chevrolet never stops surprising. with the Corvette, at least.

The brand has previously launched various dishonest autos

The enduring Corvette, though, is the one vehicle in its portfolio that never fails to satisfy.

Its philosophy hasn't altered since 1953: an accessible front-engined sports vehicle with a V8.

Up until 2020, when the manufacturer chose to redesign the 'Vette to compete with the advancing supercars across 

Chevrolet converted the vehicle to a typical mid-engine sports car by moving the engine to the rear, 

which may have made auto enthusiasts throughout the world squirm.

Then in 2022, they swapped the regular LT2 engine out for a flat-plane crank to replicate the likes

Ferrari and Lamborghini with a high-revving supercar in the 2023 Corvette Z06. 

The world shuddered! Finally, late in 2022, the company announced its plans to electrify the Corvette, 

adding a hybrid motor. Cringe again. But we know that deep down, the Vette is loved!

Don't let the name fool you. If you thought this is just another iteration of a hybrid supercar meant