The rev counter is flanked by a G-Force meter on the left (this reads up to 1.25G) and an infotainment display on the right.
Then there's the steering wheel. Packing two spokes and using a flat approach for the top and bottom, this seems to have been inspired by the styling cues that have defined the Corvette over the ages.
As for the rear-view mirror, this comes to confirm the rumors about its dual mode - as already seen on Cadillacs, the mirror can be used as a standard glass piece or can serve as a display that relies on a rear-view camera system. The image displayed here is certainly the latter and it's good to know there's a workaround for the visibility limitations brought by the mid-engined layout.
Moving to the exterior of the mid-engined Chevy, the prototype seems to wear camo that's lighter than ever, albeit with the disguise preventing us from getting the full picture.
Regardless, with the production front and rear light clusters in place, we can notice the slim LED strips placed above the taillights of the tester, which seem to work as brake lights and turn signals.
Oh, and don't worry about that check engine light on the dashboard. This is just a prototype and nobody loves that ambiguous warning anyway...