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I knew there was another concept picture out there!


Gone but not forgotten
Jan 30, 2001
Hermosa Beach, CA
1987 Z51 Silver Coupe

This is likely what the C6 will look like. Road and Track says it will have a 6.0 liter that makes close to 400 hp. There will be a choice of two transmissions, a 5-speed automatic and a 6-speed manual. It may share an aluminum space frame with the Caddy Evoq, but retain a fiberglass body.



I like this concept much more than the one seen at Motor Trend. :cool
That coupe drawing reminds me of the back of a Viper GTS. If the front is acurate though, it is definatly distinctive. No more confusing C5's with 4th Gen F-body's. I'm not sure I like the non-flip up head lights though. It's been a Corvette tradition since '63. Kind of line the two round tail lights and the centerline gas tank. (which went a way with the C5's:cry)

Well I think it definately looks better than the other concept drawing that I saw. I hope they keep the pop up head light though. But that is just my opinion.

I agree, I hope they keep the pop up lights. :s It looks like the trunk is gone on the convertible, I can't tell for sure. I really do like the trunk on the 98. :w
Corvette C06

Interesting...in coupe form it looks like a Viper and the convertible looks like a Miata or BMW Z06.........How Original! Perhaps they could call it the C06 :eek:

Still its ALOT better than the C5!!! :eyerole

As for the headlights........popups would be nice...but if they are as lame as the C5 they will look like a Miata....never understood why they didnt use the C4 design again........they were the only decent pop up headlight design that looked streamlined....GM :r :mad go figure!

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