“Two New Chevy Sports Cars” Coming in 2024, Followed by C8 Corvette E-Ray

Even though Chevrolet only recently began shipping the Corvette Z06 to customers, two more thrilling sports vehicles bearing the bowtie badge are already on the way. The great news was revealed by General Motors President Mark Reuss at the GM Investor Day presentation in New York City. He promised two high-performance Chevy-badged cars that would be available in 2024.

He went on to specify one of them will be the “next version of the C8,” adding we “won’t be able to imagine from a performance standpoint.” It is largely considered to be the previously hinted-at hybrid version, and based on recent trademark applications, it might even go by the name “E-Ray.” According to rumours, the electric supercar will indirectly replace the Grand Sport trim level of the C7. It will undoubtedly have all-wheel drive if it has a V8 and one or more front-mounted electric motors.

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The other vehicle, according to Mark Reuss, will “establish the standard of the world for performance for Chevrolet.” He dubbed it a “amazing performance automobile.” It’s crucial to note that the President of GM refrained from naming it a Corvette. He could have been referring to the long-rumored Zora range-topper, which doesn’t necessarily mean it will be a completely different car. It is claimed to be a hybrid as well, but instead of the LT2 from the regular ‘Vette used in the E-Ray, it will have the flat-plane 5.5-liter V8 of the Z06.

Lest we overlook the same Reuss announced the arrival of an all-electric Corvette on the Ultium platform via LinkedIn. He first revealed the information in April when he said the hybrid vehicle will go on sale sometime in 2023. Closer to debut, the names and technical details of the cars will be made public. He added that more variants powered by gasoline are on the way.

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