GM President Mark Reuss teased the automaker’s new electric Chevrolet Corvette playing around in the snow, and it’s set to be released early next year. This isn’t just any standard EV, as you can see its front tires spinning, which means that it will be all-wheel drive. It will however be based on the current mid-engine Corvette C8, which leaves room in the front and back for motors on each axle.
The 2023 Chevrolet Corvette EV will use GM’s Ultium platform, which can be found in the company’s other vehicles, including the Hummer EV, Silverado EV and Blazer EV. Since this was just a teaser, no power numbers or 0-60 mph times were revealed, although we wouldn’t be surprised to see it priced from $108,700 USD, or around what the 2022 GMC Hummer EV costs. One thing is for sure, it will be nothing like this Corvette turned off-road buggy.
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