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Amid all of the wild and crazy rides in Las Vegas, the all-new, mid-engine ‘Vette stood alone by being itself.
A few days ago, we were all chilling out among the amazing rides at SEMA 2019 inside (and outside) the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas. In between hitting up the sportsbooks and racing around in go karts, we scoured the floor and outdoor sections for all of the coolest Corvettes we could find, then bring them back to you.
With so much buzz surrounding the new mid-engined Corvette, we won’t blame you if you’re over the blind praise. That’s not to say it isn’t a fantastic car, but having the full story is always welcome.
There’s no evidence of one yet, but performance-oriented utility vehicles are resonating with buyers, and that’s significant.
Passenger cars and sedans no longer sell in the volumes they used to even five years ago. Pretty soon the used car section of your local Chevy dealer is the only place you’ll find the Chevy Cruze and Impala. Supercar manufacturers even altered their product plans to accommodate this shift, which is really saying something. Utility vehicles are more important than ever. And that could signal a seismic shift for the Corvette brand as well.