2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray: the video…

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The new Corvette Hybrid is probably a fantastic beast.

And at around $104 000, it can still be considered a bargain when compared to much more expensive exotic models from Europe.

Don’t forget, the real bargain is still the regular Corvette, starting at under $65 000. That model can still do 0 to 60 in around 3 seconds. (With the performance package option). Which is really not that much slower than the claimed 2.5 seconds for the E-ray. I guess the extra $39 000 also gives you AWD and that electric Stealth mode…

Enjoy the crazy video…

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  1. If other manufacturers are making EVs go from 0 to 60 in like 2 seconds it is really making the Corvette less exclusive in the future. Just an expensive over 100K electric coupe when people can just buy the Kia EV6 Gt for 80K.

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