Rob Ferretti shares a P0700 Chevy Corvette Transmission code (Transmission Control System Malfunction) along with high pressure and low pressure Transmission fluid check engine light codes (P0869, P0868).
He thought maybe its a minor issue because it was a low and high pressure check engine lights at the same time. Also, Mr. Rob Ferretti (SuperSpeeders Rob on YouTube) has had issues with his local Chevrolet dealership already where they don’t provide great customer service.
The dealer had to update the solenoid pins so nothing major. All good for Rob Ferretti and his C8 Corvette Rental!
Check out this video from Brink of Speed talking about an article on the Mid Engine Corvette Forum where he shares speculation and news on the C8 Corvette Z06.
In the article and video they think the Bowling Green, KY plant will be testing Wide Body C8 Corvette Z06 production down the line in between the 2021 Stingray C8 Corvettes.
They could be testing the build process of the pre production C8 Corvette Z06 to possibly have one announced by the summer and perhaps display it at Corvettes at Carlisle in August as they did with the 2020 C8 Corvette Stingray Z51 unveil in July of 2019 and perhaps start delivering them by March 2022 to dealers near you.
Watch the video below and share your comments on the C8 Corvette Z06 on when you think it will be announced or produced. Also, do you think it will be a wide body C8 Corvette with a flat plane crank?
We are currently on 4 lists for the C8 Corvette Z06 ranging from being the dealership’s first C8 Corvette Z06 to 40th, and 303rd.. So we are just as excited as you are for the Z06 C8 Corvette.
Here is a real life review of a Corvette C8 from previous C7 Corvette Z06 owner Steven Cusson on YouTube.
Get his perspective on the good, bad, and ugly on the C8 Corvette vs. the Z06 C7 Corvette.
Something he mentioned he likes about the C8 Corvette is:
Apple Car Play
More comfortable than a C7 Corvette
Drives and Rides better than a C7 Corvette
Would launch and take a C7 Corvette in the 0 to 60
Loves the exotic look
Will take a C8 Corvette over a Z06 C7 Corvette
Also, here is a review of the Corvette C7 vs the C8 Corvette from CarMax
Chevrolet Corvette Review (2019-2020): Comparing the Corvette C7 & C8 | Prices, Impressions & More
Per their article and video description of the C7 vs C8 Corvette review.
The Chevrolet Corvette has been an American sports car icon for over half a century. Historically the Corvette has always been one of the more affordable and usable sports cars on the road, and that appeal has helped make it one of the most popular performance cars in the world. If you’ve always dreamed of cruising down the highway in your very own Vette but worried it would break your bank account, the experts at Edmunds are here to help. Travis Langness and Elana Scherr take a closer look at two of the most recent Corvette variants to help you decide which one fits best in your budget and lifestyle. The two Corvettes reviewed in this video are the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 and the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Even though these two Corvettes are only a year apart, the differences are significant. Redesigned for 2020, the Corvette Stingray (often referred to as the Corvette C8) has a completely different look and feel from the 2019 Corvette Z06 (known as the C7). But the biggest difference between these two sports cars is the engine. While the 2019 Corvette followed the classic under-the-hood front-engine layout, Chevrolet decided it needed to move to a mid-engine layout to enhance the car’s performance for 2020 and beyond. The new engine location — now behind the cabin — enhances the 2020 Corvette’s performance but does limit the rear visibility. Shoppers looking for high-performance sports cars have been flocking to the Chevy Corvette for decades. It’s an American automotive institution that has aged like fine wine. Which Corvette is the right choice for you? We’ll help you answer that question and more in our review of the 2019 and 2020 Chevrolet Corvette.
Check out this Drag Race video comparison review of the C8 Corvette vs. a Hellcat Dodge Durango from Hennessey Performance.
The 2021 Dodge Durango with 6.2L Hellcat V8 has arrived at Hennessey! This example is soon to be the first to receive our HPE1000 performance upgrade. But first, we were curious how Dodge’s AWD supercharged family hauler would compare to Chevrolet’s mid-engine C8 Corvette. We headed to the Pennzoil Proving Ground for answers.
Give them a call for any C8 Corvette or Dodge Hellcat Mods and tell them C8CorvetteBlog.com sent you!
In this story they get word on the Chevrolet C8 Corvette ZR1 from their contact in the US, former Wheels editor Angus MacKenzie. It’s a pretty extensive write up and they talk about how the C8 Corvette ZR1 will have a LT7 Twin Turbo engine with possibly the E-Ray C8 front hybrid motor assist (similar to an Acura NSX).
Also, they mention how the C8 Corvette ZR1 possibly won’t be the fastest C8 Corvette like it was generations in the past signaling that Chevrolet and General Motors might build a C8 Corvette Zora version with over 1000 HP (horsepower), AWD and again hybrid assist electric engines.
We will keep the post updated to bookmark this page for the latest C8 Corvette ZR1 News we find over the next few years.
We also have found more C8 Corvette ZR1 New on YouTube from HorsePower Obsessed who goes over the article in detail and Brink of Speed later came out with a video covering the magazine story as well after seeing it on the C8 Corvette forums.
Considered the best in the business, my C8 gets the Fabspeed Valvetronic exhaust installed. Let me tell you this is INSANE! LOUD AF and exotic sounding. This is of course coupled with my 2M sport cats.
Check out this video of a 2021 Silver Flare Metallic C8 Corvette. This is the new Silver color General Motors and Chevrolet came out with for the 2021 Corvette C8.
In this video, you can really see how cool this color looks and how it changes based on the lighting hitting it.
This Silver Flare Metallic C8 Corvette is for sale at Hollywood Motors USA in West Babylon, NY and if you are interested in it (if its still available) or any C8 Corvette at Hollywood Motors USA’s inventory tell them C8CorvetteBlog.com sent you.