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2020 Corvette Shooting Brake Rendered, Sticks Out Like a Sore Thumb

The shooting brake genre is enjoying more popularity than ever these days, even though it's still far from having become truly popular. In the real world, automakers like Aston Martin,Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Porsche are keeping the genre alive. On the Internet, though, there are tons of rendering portraying our favorite machine in S/B form. And the freshest example of the kind targets the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette.
2020 Corvette Shooting Brake Rendered 3 photos
2020 Corvette Shooting Brake renderWhite 2020 Corvette
Sure, with the C8 'Vette having marked the transition to a mid-engined architecture, there wouldn't be too much in going from a coupe to a shooting brake form, since the extra room above the engine wouldn't serve a purpose.

However, you can't stop the world wide web from dreaming, which is why I've decided to share this contraption with you.

Rain Prisk is the digital art label behind the image, with this promising to return with a view of the posterior - given the fact that the styling cues seen here aren't that attractive, we could use the extra angle and I'll return with the fresh render as soon as this becomes available.

Still, the creature we have here would change the shooting brake segment purely thanks to its numbers, since it would probably retain the figures of the coupe, with the mix between the <3s 0 to 60 mph time and the starting price of under $60,000 delivering the best news.

Speaking of which, I'm looking forward to seeing the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette battling the 2020 Mercedes-AMG (CL)A 45, as the two should be in the same pricing range (the now-replaced CLA 45 kicks off at $53,100 plus destination charges.

Meanwhile, C8 Corvette manufacturer vehicles seem to have taken over the country's roads. We've already talked about sightings that involve colored examples, so I've brought along something new for today - check out the White 2020 Corvette in the image above (via Marcia Lusk Maxwell/V.I.S.I.T. on Facebook), with the machine having been spotted in Michigan.

 
 
 
 
 

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