Published on November 16th, 2013 | by Jo Borrás0
Hybrid Corvette Packing 770 HP Revealed At SEMA
November 16th, 2013 by Jo Borrás
The Chevy Corvette has been a performance car icon since 1963, when the split-window stingray suddenly made every other car on the planet look like it was wearing panties. Since then, Corvettes have been known for tire-shredding horsepower — but where does the Corvette fit into a post-hybrid automotive market? It’ll still be shredding tires, if the 770HP hybrid Corvette shown at this month’s SEMA show in Las Vegas is any indication!
Here’s the full story on this electrically-enhanced street beast, originally published on CleanTechnica sister site Gas 2. Enjoy!
Combining a pair 100 KW electric motors and Chevrolet’s 505 hp aluminum V8 engine, the hybrid Corvette revealed at this year’s SEMA show packs a serious, high-performance punch that should be enough to strike some real terror into the stoplight…
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