Chevy appears to be doing little to nothing to attract the hundreds of thousands of consumers who could wait years for a Tesla Model 3 into a Chevrolet Bolt EV — an actual all-electric car not from "manufacturing Hell."
Chevrolet unwrapped the 2019 Corvette ZR1 in Dubai Sunday with an exclusive supercharged LT5 V-8 engine capable of 755 hp and 715 pound-feet of torque and a top speed of more than 210 mph -- making it the fastest, most powerful production Corvette ever.
The upside of tax reform has made many automakers reluctant to put lobbying muscle fully behind a fight to preserve an incentive for a market that only represents 1 percent of sales. But an alliance of environmentalists and utilities is stepping up.
The Corvette ZR1 features several more aggressive design features than the Corvette Z06 -- the current top Corvette model -- including more sculpted hood, larger lower air intake grilles and a massive spoiler.