I'm not a convertable buyer, but a Camaro EV is just a matter of time I think.
It needs to be a 2 door like the ICE.I'm not a convertable buyer, but a Camaro EV is just a matter of time I think.
I take it that the roads are crappy up there, lol.Meh... I was never a sports cars enthusiast.... And even if I was, with the roads in Quebec, I wouldn't be able to enjoy a stiff car. I'm looking for the best comfort\silence and reliability\repairability for the price. I'm okay with 0-60mph in anything below 8.5 second. Actually, for me, the 60-73 time (passing someone on the highway) is more important to me than 0-60 time. But these usually go hand in hand.
Yeah, in Quebec, we get some roads on our potholes, not vice versa. I wouldn't drive a Corvette even if I won the lottery. I'd go for something like a Lincoln or Cadillac SUV if I had tons of money to spare. Silence and comfort is my thing... And it's not an age thing (39 ATM), I've been acting old since my early 20s. When I want a thrill, I go to a water park, snowboarding, or a rollercoaster... Somewhere where I don't put others in danger, and vice versa.I take it that the roads are crappy up there, lol.
2025 Chevrolet Corvette EV: What We Know So FarChevrolet hasn't released many details yet, but it has confirmed that the Corvette EV is on the way. We expect a powerful, three- or four-motor powertrain with around 1000 horsepower and standard all-wheel drive. The two-seat interior will likely carry over from the gasoline-powered Corvette.
GM President Mark Reuss confirmed today on CNBC that a Corvette EV is nigh and that it is coming soon after Chevy launches a hybrid model in 2023.
The electric Corvette will use GM's Ultium batteries and could be called E-Ray. It will come after a hybrid that's rumored to have 1000 hp.