WHITE CORVETTE C8: Untangling our feelings about the C8 Stingray starts with examining its performance, which definitely lives up to expectations. With 60.6 percent of its mass over the rear tires—the C7 Stingray had a roughly 50/50 front-to-rear weight distribution—the C8 is ferocious off the line. Note that our heavily optioned test car weighed 3647 pounds, 195 more than a 2019 C7 Z51 we tested. With the dual-mode performance exhaust that’s included in the Z51 package, the 6.2-liter LT2 V-8 in the C8’s tail makes 495 horsepower (base cars without that exhaust make 490). That’s up 35 ponies from the C7 Z51’s engine, which keeps the pounds-per-horsepower ratios of the two cars virtually equal.
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