The name registration, and patent is a double-edged sword. While on the one hand, you guards the back face of what may arise, on the other come out of projects that perhaps should not do so. GM has now happened with your Corvette E-Ray. Thus it has registered a name that has suddenly begun to rondarnos the head, an idea that brings us closer to a possible Corvette with electrical mechanics. Or hybrid.
have Not come to the fore more details than the name, so talk about it is closed only to speculation. But what is certain is that the name itself you get to go very direct to what may come. That E-Ray has all the paints that Chevrolet is working on launch, or at least show, a Corvette with some sort of mechanical power in their guts.
There is no madness, and is that the Corvette is facing a hard work, to continue to be the sport of America. This new generation has left more than ever to the technology, so that in future versions it would not be surprising to once again be a benchmark for Chevrolet and for GM. Therefore, and before the massive influx of sport-hybrid, the Corvette could also stick to the new roadmap imposed by the authorities, anti-pollution.
And we talk about hybrid, because so are several of the sports already present and those that will appear in the not too distant future. We imagine that to be so, will come with a mechanical hybrid plug-in that allows you to get a greater range of movement in completely emission-free. Well, that and an extra power to work both motors together.
on the other hand, that also would not be anything far-fetched, is a Corvette E-Ray with a mechanical fully electrical. GM knows that this is one of the ways to take in the future of the car, and what better way than to have in its ranks a sporty electric. Tesla, with its Model S, has demonstrated that a electrical power can pulverize supercars elite, and also offer interesting sales figures. Chevrolet, with a Corvette electric, you could chalk up a in advance much before the arrival, for example, the Audi R8 e-tron.
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