C8 Corvette 0 to 60 in 2.6 Seconds

Check out this Video from Prince_Whipz870 where he achieves a 2.6 second 0 to 60 (zero to sixty) in the C8 Corvette.

Per his video notes:

I achieved a 2.6 0-60 time in my non Z51, 1LT 2020 Mid Engine C8 Corvette. In this video I will show you how to achieve that time and give a couple of more pulls. This is a base model car and it really is a beast.


You could win Jeff Gordon’s Corvette and $10,000 cash!*

Each year Jeff donates his personal Corvette to the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation. The Corvette program has raised nearly $9 million for pediatric cancer research to find less toxic, more effective treatments for the No. 1 cause of death by disease for kids.

Here is a link to all the information you need to know on how to win a Corvette and help their program raise money for pediatric cancer research.

Total win win for the cause and people that love the new C8 Corvette.

Go and donate and get a ticket here

You can find past winners and more importantly read about the cause and survivor stories.

The Best Trailer To Take Your C8 Corvette to the Drag Races

As the C8 Corvette keeps getting produced and with production restarting more and more C8s are going to finally get to dealerships and their respective owners.

As they do some will want to customize their C8 Corvette or even Drag Race it.

Here is a great video from Trailer World in Bowling Green Kentucky that shows the ease and perfect specs for a C8 Corvette Trailer that has a tilt and works great with the C8 Corvettes with a Front lift

This way if you want to trailer your C8 Corvette to the drag races, trips, on a vacation or keep the miles of it on a long haul somewhere before you set up and wreck shop driving your C8 on a track or around town at your final destination.

Per Trailer World Bowling Green Kentucky Video:

We had a local customer bring his new C8 Corvette by to load on an Aluma 8218 Tilt Bed. This new Corvette has the ability to raise the front end high enough to load without need the jump ramps to get started.

2020 C8 Corvette vs 2021 C8 Corvette Difference, Updates, NEW Adds!

If you are wondering what is the difference between the 2020 C8 Corvette and the 2021 C8 Corvette Stingray models we have a list of the updates, differences, and add ons below.

NEW FOR 2021 C8 Corvette Stingray

  • Magnetic Selective Ride Control suspension available without Z51 (FE2)
  • Standard Wireless Apple CarPlay/Wireless Android Auto
  • Red Mist Metallic Tintcoat exterior color
  • Silver Flare Metallic exterior color
  • Sky Cool Gray/Yellow Strike interior color
  • New Full Length Dual Racing Stripe Package colors: Blue, Orange, Red and Yellow
  • Stinger Stripes in three colors: Carbon Flash/Edge Red, Carbon Flash/Edge Yellow and Carbon Flash/Midnight Silver
  • Driver mode on-screen visualization and new track digital tachometer
  • Standard Buckle To Drive, a safety technology that, when active, can prevent the driver from shifting the vehicle out of Park if the driver’s seat belt is not buckled for up to 20 seconds; this feature is designed to help remind all drivers to buckle up before driving

Also, per Chevrolet they break down everything from interior, to exterior, and engine of the current 2020 C8 Corvette Stingray Model vs. the 2021 C8 Corvette Stingray base model and z51 model packages.

Corvette has always represented iconic American design, performance, technical ingenuity and attainability. The 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray retains carryover pricing – the same as the introductory model – with MSRP starting at $59,995 for the coupe and $67,495 for the convertible. Both models include destination freight charge.

“Our mission was to develop a new sports car, combining the successful attributes of Corvette with the performance and driving experience of mid-engine supercars,” said Tadge Juechter, Corvette executive chief engineer. “We are thrilled with the enthusiasm the mid-engine Corvette brought following its launch and are keeping it fresh with new content for the 2021 model.”

C8 Corvette ENGINE & CHASSIS: The next-generation LT2 is paired with Chevrolet’s first eight-speed dual-clutch transmission, which provides lightning-fast shifts and excellent power transfer.

  • Engine: 6.2L LT2 V-8 with Direct Injection, Variable Valve Timing and Active Fuel Management
  • Transmission: eight-speed dual-clutch with manual and automatic modes
  • Driver Mode Selector – six modes: Tour, Sport, Track, Weather, and MyMode and Z Mode customizable modes
  • Brakes: four-wheel antilock, four-wheel disc, four-piston calipers (12.6-inch front rotors, 13.3-inch rear rotors)
  • NEW: Available Magnetic Selective Ride Control suspension without Z51 (FE2), which reads the road better, providing more precise data through suspension-mounted accelerometers
  • Available Z51 Performance Package: Z51 performance brakes, Z51 performance suspension (FE3), performance exhaust, performance final drive ratio, electronic limited-slip differential, Z51 rear spoiler, front splitter, 245/35ZR19 front and 305/30ZR20 rear summer-only, high-performance tires and heavy-duty cooling system
  • Z51 Performance (FE4) with Magnetic Selective Ride Control, includes Performance Traction Management
  • Front lift: adjustable height with memory

DESIGN: The Stingray’s exterior has a bold, futuristic expression with mid-engine exotic proportions, but it is still unmistakably Corvette.


  • NEW: Red Mist Metallic Tintcoat exterior color
  • NEW: Silver Flare Metallic exterior color
  • NEW: Full Length Dual Racing Stripe Package colors: Blue, Orange, Red and Yellow
  • NEW: Stinger Stripe in three colors: Carbon Flash/Edge Red, Carbon Flash/Edge Yellow and Carbon Flash/Midnight Silver
  • Painted brake calipers: available in Black, Bright Red, Edge Red and Yellow


  • NEW: Sky Cool Gray/Yellow Strike interior color
  • GT1 bucket seats
    • Mulan leather seating surfaces with perforated inserts
  • Available GT2 bucket seats
    • Napa leather seating surfaces with perforated inserts
    • Napa leather seating surfaces with perforated sueded microfiber inserts
    • Two-tone
  • Available Competition Sport bucket seats
    • Performance textile
    • Napa leather seating surfaces with perforated inserts
    • Napa leather seating surfaces with perforated sueded microfiber inserts
  • Available heated and ventilated seats; power bolster and power lumbar
  • Available heated steering wheel
  • Available custom seat belts: Black, Orange, Natural, Tension Blue, Torch Red and Yellow
  • Available custom interior leather stitching: Adrenaline Red stitching on seats, instrument panel, doors and console; Yellow stitching on seats, instrument panel, doors and console
  • Available Sueded Microfiber-Wrapped Interior Package: headliner, visor, trim above windshield and rear window, and A-pillar trim in color-keyed sueded microfiber
  • Available head-up display – color with readouts for Tour, Sport and Track modes, vehicle speed, gear, engine rpm, shift lights, turn signals, high beam headlamps, turn-by-turn navigation, g-meter, speed limit and lap times
  • Available Bose Performance Series 14-speaker audio system

INFOTAINMENT & CONNECTIVITY: The Stingray benefits from GM’s new digital vehicle platform, an all-new electronic architecture that enables the adoption of the company’s next generation of technologies.

  • NEW: Standard Wireless Apple CarPlay/Wireless Android Auto
  • Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Plus system with 8-inch diagonal HD color touchscreen, AM/FM stereo, HD Radio® Bluetooth® audio streaming for two active devices, Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ compatibility, voice recognition and in-vehicle apps
  • Available Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Premium system with Navigation, includes Plus system features listed above, Connected Navigation, enhanced voice recognition, additional memory for in-vehicle apps and Performance Data Recorder
  • 4G LTE Wi-Fi® Hotspot for up to seven devices
  • Standard HD Rear Vision Camera (1LT) and HD Front and Rear Vision Cameras (2LT/3LT)
  • Available Performance Data Recorder
  • Available wireless charging

SAFETY & SECURITY: An available suite of active safety features.

  • NEW: Standard Buckle To Drive, a safety technology that, when active, can prevent the driver from shifting the vehicle out of Park if the driver’s seat belt is not buckled for up to 20 seconds; this feature is designed to help remind all drivers to buckle up before driving
  • Air bags: four driver and passenger frontal and side-impact air bags with Passenger Sensing System
  • Available Rear Camera Mirror: rearview auto-dimming with full camera display (coupe and convertible)
  • Available Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Rear Park Assist
  • Available Side Blind Zone Alert
  • Teen Driver technology
  • Available theft-deterrent system: engine immobilizer and audible/visual alarm electrical, unauthorized entry, vehicle inclination sensor, vehicle interior movement sensor; activates horn





18.5 gallons / 70 liters


Type:6.2L LT2 V-8 with Direct Injection, Variable Valve Timing and Active Fuel Management
Bore & stroke
(in / mm):
4.06 x 3.62 / 103.25 x 92.00
Block material:Cast aluminum
Cylinder head material:Cast aluminum
Valvetrain:Overhead-valve, two valves per cylinder
Fuel delivery:Direct, high-pressure fuel injection
(hp / kW @ rpm):
490 / 365 @ 6450
495 / 369 @ 6450 (Z51 Performance Package)
(lb-ft / Nm @ rpm):
465 / 631 Nm @ 5150
470 / 637 Nm @ 5150 (Z51 Performance Package
Top Track Speed:194 mph (with standard suspension)
184 mph (with Z51 Performance Package)
0 to 60 mph (based on initial vehicle movement):3.0 seconds
2.9 seconds (with Z51 Performance Package)
Quarter mile:11.2 seconds @ 123 mph
11.2 seconds @ 121 mph (with Z51 Performance Package)


Type:Eight-speed dual-clutch with manual and automatic modes
Final drive ratio:4.9:1
5.2:1 (with Z51 Performance Package)


Suspensions:Four-wheel independent
Magnetic Selective Ride Control (FE2)
Z51 Performance (FE3) (included and only available with Z51 Performance Package)
Z51 Performance (FE4) with Magnetic Selective Ride Control, includes Performance Traction Management
Steering Type:Speed-sensitive magnetic power steering with variable ratio
Turning Circle
(ft / m):
11.6 / 3.54
11.1 / 3.38 (Z51 with FE4 suspension)
Brake Type:Four-wheel antilock, four-wheel disc, Brembo® four-piston calipers
four-wheel antilock, four-wheel disc, Brembo monobloc four-piston calipers with Z51 logo (with Z51 Performance Package)
Brake Rotor Size
(in / mm):
12.6 / 320 (front), 13.3 / 338 (rear)
13.6 / 345 (front), 13.8 / 350  (rear) (with Z51 Performance Package)
Wheel size (in):19 x 8.5 front and 20 x 11 rear five-open-spoke wheels in Bright Silver-painted aluminum
19 x 8.5 front and 20 x 11 rear five-open-spoke wheels in Carbon Flash Metallic-painted aluminum with machined edge
19 x 8.5 front and 20 x 11 rear five-trident-spoke machined-face wheels in Sterling Silver-painted aluminum
19 x 8.5 front and 20 x 11 rear five-trident-spoke machined-face wheels in Spectra Gray-painted aluminum
Tire Size:245/35ZR19 front and 305/30ZR20 rear, all-season, performance
245/35ZR19 front and 305/30ZR20 rear, high-performance, summer-only (with Z51 Performance Package)


(in / mm):
107.2 / 2723
Overall Length
(in / mm):
182.3 / 4630
Overall Width (without mirrors)
(in / mm):
76.1 / 1933
Overall Height
(in / mm):
48.6 / 1234
Track (in / mm):64.9 / 1648 front
62.4 / 1585 rear


(in / mm):
37.9 / 963
(in / mm):
42.8 / 1087
Shoulder Room
(in / mm):
54.4 / 1382
Hip Room
(in / mm):
52 / 1321


Dry Weight
(lb / kg):
3366 / 15273467 / 1573
Cargo volume
(cu-ft / L)^:
12.6 / 356.812.6 / 356.8

^Cargo and load capacity

This Chevy Dealer Has C8 Corvettes 30k Over Sticker!

Check out this video from YouTuber (DCrump) at Freedom Chevrolet in San Antonio Texas that has two C8 Corvettes that are MSRP, $76280 with a $30k mark up to $107,277. We have discussed C8 Corvette mark ups before

The whole C8 Corvette mark up issue is a big topic. One one hand General Motors limited production to only 2,700 C8s thanks to the UAW strike and now this virus pandemic. And even without those issues there is one hardcore side that has the stance “I will never pay mark up”, “that’s ridiculous” “blah blah excuse why they won’t do it when they don’t really even have the money to do so”, “I can wait a year or two” (which is actually fine and a decent excuse at least).

Then on the other side there are people out there that understand supply and demand, capitalism, and if they mark it up and no one buys it then they just sit on it and maybe will have to come down.

However, there are people willing to pay C8 Corvette mark ups for many reasons.

  • What other mid engine car can you get even with a mark up at $100-$107k?
  • Have driven cars that are 120k plus that are used “supercars” (Mclaren, NSX, Ferrari, Porsche) and they don’t even come close to how good the New C8 Corvette is.
  • Even people paying mark up let’s say like one in the video that’s 107k, take it to an auction or flip it yourself for $110k-$125k after a few mods or not depending how the rest of C8 Corvette production goes this year and in 2021 until the 2022 Chevrolet Mid engine C8 Z06 comes out.

Watch this video, and then leave a comment what side are you on?

Country Music Artist Brad Paisley Takes Museum Delivery of a C8 Corvette

Award-winning country music artist and Nashville, TN area resident Brad Paisley took delivery of his 2020 Long Beach Red Stingray Corvette at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY. Brad, a long-time enthusiast, has owned a number of Corvettes and shared his excitement to pick his newest model up through the Museum.

His grandfather was a Pontiac sales man and he said the first car  he bought with his royalty money was a 1995 C5 Corvette.

He was there to build the engine on his last corvette but highly recommends the Corvette Museum delivery as well.

Corvette C8 Lambo Door Conversion Kit from Vertical Doors, Inc.

Check out this Chevrolet Corvette C8 Lambo Door Conversion Kit by Vertical Doors Inc. (Part Number: VDCCHEVYCORC820)

This kit will fit Chevrolet Corvette C8 2020 Vertical Doors, Inc. is the only manufacturer of Vertical Lambo Doors and ZLR Door Conversion in the USA. Made in the USA, Easy Installation, No welding, Free Tech Support.

What do you think the C8 Corvette should have Lambo doors like the Mclarens, or Aventadors?

We also recently wrote about Eikon Motorsports Lambo Doors Kit for the Corvette C8 as well. Now you have two options to go with and per their website Vertical Doors, Inc. manufacturers their hinges.

2020 C8 Corvette Engine Blows While Driving!

We all know this is the first run most coveted car the C8 Corvette. And with that and any first run car there are going to be some issues.

For example we noticed someone that got 1 of the first 2,700 C8 Corvettes produced and their transmission went out and was obviously a bad batch.

Now in this recent C8 Corvette Review with Tall Guy Car Reviews he took MidwestRide’s C8 Corvette for a test drive and review and while they were driving it the engine seized.

So far what we know from MidwestRide’s YouTube update on the blown engine there were metal shaving in the oil filter. Since that’s all we know for now we suggest any C8 Corvette owner go get your first oil change at the 500 mile break in and don’t wait until the first suggested oil change for the C8 Corvette which is 7,500 just to be on the safe side.

We have to say with already 2,700 out there and C8 Corvette production started again only hearing maybe 1 or 2 bad apples is still a good sign of a quality built first car and like any first run on a new model built by ANY car manufacturer there are going to be some bugs or bad things to sort out.

It doesn’t even have to be a first run car. There are plenty second, third, fourth year cars of the same model that have issues with any car brand.

As we mentioned, be on the safe side and go get the first oil change on your corvette C8 at right after the 500 mile break in when the tach changes and they let loose on the RMPs.


What happened to my 2020 corvette??? Vehicle shut off while running?!
Met up with Tallguycarreviews, MR.ORGANIK and Officer Jones and this happened….
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This was the 2nd C8 Corvette Engine that seized up per MidwestRide Part 3 Update and the engine is being shipped to Detroit, MI for the engineers to take a look at it.

He also mentioned the 500 mile break in period is for the DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission) and Engine not just the Engine.


I FOUND OUT THE CAUSE OF FAILURE!!! I also go into full detail of my experience with getting my engine replaced. Thank you so much Gene at Friendly Chevrolet and thank you GM for taking good care of me. I HAVE MY CAR BACK!!!

Rob Dahm C8 Corvette Updates (Rebuilding a Wrecked Corvette C8)

Here are all the current updates on Rob Dahm’s C8 Corvette Rebuild Rotary Project. He bought a Wrecked C8 Corvette and is turning it into a Monster!

Rob Dahm 4 Rotor C8 Corvette Swap! Modern Aerovette Incoming!

I Bought The First WRECKED C8 CORVETTE! 4 Rotor Aerovette Coming!



How Bad is the Damage on the Wrecked C8 Corvette? I think it can be fixed easily

Chevy won’t sell me parts for the Wrecked C8. Bending the Chassis myself!

Motoroso C8 Corvette Custom Build Updates!

Check out this Motoroso Custom C8 Build where they partner with Aftermarket C8 Corvette Brands to built out their new C8 Corvette.

While at the Magnaflow development facility for our 2020 C8 Corvette exhaust we got an in-depth conversation with Rich from Magnaflow about the development of this Cat-back exhaust. We discuss the key points of the Magnaflow system in comparison with the OEM exhaust off the 2020 C8 Corvette along with all the variances of the mufflers and different tips.

Magnaflow C8 Exhaust Part 1 – We head to SD for Mid-Engine Corvette exhaust system development

Magnaflow C8 Exhaust Part 2 – SOUND!!! OEM Z51 vs. Magnaflow cat-back on Mid-engine Corvette

Motoroso C8 Corvette 500 mile update – graphics, oil change, and exhaust plans!

Magnaflow C8 Exhaust Part 3: Designing the new 2020 C8 Corvette Exhaust


More about the Motoroso C8 Corvette Build and how it started.

The Motoroso C8 Corvette Build… Exhaust, Turbos, Brakes and More!

Motoroso C8 Corvette hits the DYNO for Baseline! Does the Mid Engine Vette Break 500+WHP?

We took our 2020 mid-engine C8 Corvette to our local performance shop in San Luis Obispo to get some baseline readings done before we begin our mod madness. The Dyno is located at Pokerjac Automotive, it’s an all-wheel-drive mustang dyno that we had running SAE settings, rear drive configuration with a correction factor of 1.03 based on temperature. As a disclaimer, we are NOT saying the numbers in this video are definitive against the numbers that Chevrolet claim from the factory but are a baseline for us vs all the mods we’re getting ready to throw at our 2020 mid-engined C8 Corvette.