Spied on 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray Hybrid Totally Naked

Yesterday, Chevrolet announced that it will unveil the 2024 Corvette E-Ray Hybrid on January 17th. We’ll get a full look next week, but new spy photos preview the car’s production design. The Corvette looks exactly like the one that was leaked in the online visualizer last month.

The photos show a corvette that looks very similar to the C8 Stingray. However, the E-Ray does sport unique styling touches if you look closely, such as: B. His broader stance. The car appears to mix styling cues from the Z06 and Stingray into the E-Ray. The front fairing is different, with wing-like accents flowing from the lower grille opening into the large outer bumper intakes. At the rear, the E-Ray features a subtle lip spoiler, redesigned bumper vents and a mesh-covered rear bumper vent.

The E-Ray has split quad tailpipes, just like the Stingray. The new hybrid is expected to use the same LT2 6.2-liter V8 engine, with Chevy pairing it with an electric motor that powers the front wheels while the engine spins the rear wheels. The electric motor could add up to 150 hp to the 495 hp V8, boosting the E-Ray’s output to around 650 hp (484 kW). The E-Ray’s performance will place it below the Z06 in the Corvette lineup, which sends 670 hp (500 kW) exclusively to the rear wheels.

The teaser video Chevy released along with the announcement of the E-Ray’s debut date, showcased the car’s new stealth feature, which was intended to be an all-electric mode for the two-door. It will also have regenerative braking. the visualizer leak from last month unveiled three new exterior colors for the car: Cacti, Riptide Blue Metallic and Sea-Wolf Gray Tri-Coat.

We’ll get all the official details next week. Chevrolet hasn’t announced when it will go on sale, but the visualizer’s fine print said it would hit dealerships sometime this summer. It should also be under $100,000 to start.

The automaker is also preparing an all-electric Corvette that will use General Motors’ new Ultium battery technology. Still, details are scarce and powertrain details remain elusive. We have no idea when Chevy plans to unveil it.


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