Chevrolet has been talking about building a mid-engined Corvette for years – decades even – but we’ve had to wait until 2020 for the idea, the dream, the concept, to become a production reality. You might think this landmark centre-engined model’s arrival would herald a whole new naming strategy, but no. It’s simply the next-generation Corvette, so it’s simply the C8. The same applies to all the models so far unveiled by the company. The base car is the Stingray, the performance pack is the Z51. And so on.

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