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Electric Corvettes Promised in 2023

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  2023 All-Electric Corvette                                             Source: Chevrolet Corvette Hybrid Electric Corvette As Early As This Year  The iconic muscle car, the Chevrolet Corvette, is officially going electric.  According to Chevrolet President Mark Reuss, a fully electric Vett will be in showrooms in 2023 and a hybrid electric version will be on the market much sooner, possibly this year.  It appears the hybrid could be a Vett first with front-wheel or all-wheel drive.  To date, all Corvettes have had rear-wheel drive. Electrifying Vetts Reuss indicates the hybrid model will be based on the current generation Vett design and style.  The all-electric version could be a totally new design.  There also could be what Reuss is calling "electrified variants" of the car.  Most EVs currently on the market are sedans and SUVs because the current generation of batteries optimize the performance of larger, heavier cars more so than that of sports cars.  However, with new

Corvette That's a Boat - Dubai Invention

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  Corvette Sea-8                                                       Source:  Waterlink & Corvette Stingray A Classic Car for Boating A Dubai-based company called Waterlink has invented a unique, new means of water travel.  They've converted a road-riding Corvette into a serviceable, pleasure boat.  It's an exotic new way to travel lakes, rivers and seas.  You can rent it in Dubai for $700.00 per hour or purchase it for $40,000 to $50,000.  It's called the Corvette Sea-8 and it is unique travel innovation. The Car-Boat The Corvette Stingray is one of the world's favorite, classic muscle cars. It is an iconic symbol of automotive coolness.  The Corvette Sea-8 has the classic styling of the Vette with a smooth, sleek, and sporty design. Just like the car, the "car-boat" has a steering wheel, gas pedal and gear shift.  There are no brakes.  It slows down when the driver eases on the gas pedal.  The 1.8-liter engine can support speeds up to 62 mph. There'