Corvette's Ferrari 458 for a fraction of the price - the new mid-engined NA V8 Stingray!

This is the all-new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray! It’s the latest edition of America’s most famous sports car, and for the first time, it’s gone mid-engined! It arrives with the most powerful engine fitted to an entry-level Corvette, with a 6.2-litre V8 producing 495hp! The question is, with power that's similar to a Ferrari 458, and a starting price of $60,000, which would you choose?!

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+1 1. ComentAtor commented 15 days ago

too bad it costs twice the money here in europe
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0 2. yorfo commented 15 days ago

The Ferrari, of course!!!
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+1 3. Judge-Jake commented 14 days ago

At $ 60.000 I would call it a bargain, I'm guessing we are talking $75.000 with the top spec, but that is an awful lot of car for the money. I would still probably buy the Ferrari though. O:)
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-2 4. RobertTusk commented 12 days ago

I didn't sign up for car ads.
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0 5. Dennis53 commented 12 days ago

Want to feel depressed? I bet several Tesla models could beat it. Still, I'm guessing it's waaaay fun to drive. Commentator: It shouldn't. That's not free trade.
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0 6. thundersnow commented 11 days ago

#1 Then it would be worth flying over here, buying one and shipping it back to Europe. :)
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+1 7. ComentAtor commented 11 days ago

#5 #6 the taxes and provisions i guess.. same as you would consider my 2014 bmw 330d a luxury car there

p.s z06 is around 100 000 € .. i wonder... what is the price over there
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0 8. thundersnow commented 10 days ago

#7 Yeah, you make a point. You have a BMW? Nice! :)
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0 9. snotraddict commented 3 days ago

#7 I wouldn't consider a 3 series a luxury car though I would love to drive a diesel version.

Z06, I speculate that because of limited production and dealer mark-ups, you won't find one for less than $100K USD in the US.
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0 10. ComentAtor commented 3 days ago

#8 #9 ok not luxury.. but through the movies and shows i got the feeling you have a thing for german brands :)
i bought it because it's a cheap way to drive fast 16000eur , low mileage well preserved .. after remaping under 6s to 100kmh .. manual handbrake and RWD and all that with 7l/100km :)
it's my last vent before big brother takes over
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aup5X05KHkw

also i've been driving a caravan for last six years - midlife crisis maybe