2020 Mid-Engine Corvette?

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  1. danbrennan

    danbrennan Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Yes.
     
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    I don’t think so. The V8s will just get smaller. I predict 4.x V8s with better super chargers. Turbo’s take up too much room.
     
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    I expect sometime in the next 5 to 10 years v8's will basically be banned by epa and California, regardless of displacement
     
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    So all previous v8’s etc will get permnenant waivers til they die?
     
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    No sure. I suspect it will work the way current emissions regs work today versus old equipment. Again I have nothing to back this up, it's all just an opinion
     
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    It will be California only, like the 4 speed 350 81z28. They only got the 350 with the auto right? 4 speed w/only 305.
     

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