2024 Chevy Corvette Hybrid Coming Next Year, EV Version Confirmed

Chevy has confirmed the 2024 Chevy Corvette Stingray Hybrid is coming next year, and the EV Coming in 2024.



The American automaker has teased the first electrified Corvette. A video posted on the YouTube channel shows a glimpse of the hybrid all-wheel-drive coupe. It may hit mass production later this year and hit roads in 2023, followed by an all-electric version after that. Mark Reuss, General Motor President posted more details on LinkedIn.

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The shirt teaser video doesn’t reveal much information, but it can assume the electric motor would be powering the front wheels. And the engine which will be powering the rear wheels. The teaser shows that the upcoming hybrid Corvette doesn’t look much different from the Z06 version that was shown earlier. 

Engine, Performance, 0-60 MPH & Top Speed

Likely named the E-Ray, the 2024 Chevy Corvette will possibly have the existing 6.2-liter V8 engine paired with an electric motor that will produce between 600 horsepower to 650 horsepower. With the ZL1 variant making more than 670 horsepower. As it will be a hybrid, it will have 0-60 mph in under 2.7 seconds and a top speed of 194 mph. It will be the first Corvette to have an all-wheel-drive system, so bad luck for the enthusiasts. The 2023 Corvette will possibly be priced under $100,000

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The information regarding the 2024 Corvette EV is still scarce. However, the electric two-door coupe will likely use GM’s Lithium battery technology to power the EV. It should produce really insane power output with the potential all-wheel-drive system. More details will appear in the coming months. We expect the new Corvette to go on sale late next year as a 2024 model


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