Video: Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter Talks About What’s New on 2021 Corvette

Tadge Juechter Chief Engineer of the Chevrolet C8 talks about the 2021 Corvette

Petersen Automotive Museum held a video series called “Car Week.” In this video Tadge Juechter, Chief Engineer of the @Chevrolet #Corvette C8 talks about its future and new changes that will be on the 2021 Corvettes.

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Here is what will be new on the 2021 Corvette:

  • Magnetic Selective Ride Control suspension, which is new for non-Z51 models. 
  • 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 the park if the driver’s seat belt is not buckled for up to 20 seconds

Read more about what is new on the 2021 Corvette and some early specifications:

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