2023 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray – It is believed that the Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray is expected to be a hybrid version of the legendary Corvette nameplate. The official E-Ray specs are not previously been verified by GM however early images that are being circulated online indicate the sleek two-door coupe sporting a broad stance, similar to the new C8 Corvette Z06.
2023 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray Review
The introduction of a hybrid electric Corvette coupe may provide an increase in performance as well as more efficient fuel efficiency. In the present form the Corvette is equipped with the 6.2L V8 engine that is rated at 19 mpg. According to an article from GM Authority, the E-Ray will replace the Corvette Grand Sport and will be in between the Stingray and the 2023 Corvette Z06.
At first initially, it was initially thought that the Corvette E-Ray was thought to be a possible competitor to vehicles like the Acura NSX. While an increasing number of automakers offer Plug-in Hybrids (PHEVs) and fully electric vehicles on each of the lower and the higher ranges The E-Ray is thought to be a standard hybrid.
The exact power specs for the E-Ray will provide is not clear as of now. The gas Corvette is currently producing 490 horsepower with 465 lb-ft of torque but the coming Z06 model is expected to produce 670 horsepower. What will the E-Ray have an engine that produces around 550 horsepower? Unfortunately, we’re only left to speculate at this point.
The E-Ray’s transmission system could be different from any previous Corvette. Based on an article from The Drive the producer Tremec submitted a patent application for dual-clutch units that are connected to an electric motor generator. If the transmission is able to make its way to E-Ray this could allow the car to reach a higher quality of performance.
2023 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray Price & Release Date
Chevy hasn’t announced the release date of its Corvette E-Ray. Based on Motor Authority, the car will be released in 2022 as a 2023 version. E-Ray pricing remains a mystery but we wouldn’t be too surprised that the car will cost in the vicinity of $75,000 based on the current Corvette prices. As it shifts toward electrification, GM plans to launch a number of notable launch events. For instance, the Hummer returns with a completely electric GMC truck. The company is also planning to launch a new Chevy Silverado EV, as and GMC Sierra EV that are both built on its exclusive Ultium batteries. Be sure to check back for updates on this page as more information becomes available.