The video below shows what pretty much everyone in the auto industry believes to be the mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette working out at the Nurburgring and while it sounds great, it doesn’t sound like it packs a boosted engine with the monster power numbers that have been floating around the internet.
I should start by pointing out the fact that every aspect of the discussion focusing on the mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette is based on rumors, leaked documents, speculation, hopes and dreams. General Motors has never formally acknowledged the existence of a mid-engine Corvette program, but with all of the images, videos and leaked documents, it is clear that General Motors is working on some sort of performance car with the engine mounted behind the seats.
Some people think that it will completely replace the front-engine configuration, making the C8 era of the Corvette the beginning of the new age of the American sports car. Others think that the mid-engine Corvette will be a halo model that runs along with the traditionally-configured models (with the engine in the front) as Chevrolet forms a sort of Corvette family.
This Mid-Engine Corvette Doesn't Sound like a Boosted Beast