GM also shows how the logo has changed over time.
The Chevrolet Corvette has been in production since almost seventy years now, since 1953. In all that time, we’ve seen seven generations of the model, and are about to see the all-new C8 Corvette in July. Now, General Motors is providing us a proper look at the new official logo.
If you’re thinking, “Hey, that looks like the C7 Corvette’s logo,” you aren’t alone. This is more an evolution of the previous model’s badge, rather than an all-new one.
There are a few differences, however. One major difference is the overall shape. The flags are connected in this new logo, rather than splitting apart as much as the C7’s did. There is no longer a mark under the symbol on the right-hand side, and the red is slightly brighter. GM also updated the Corvette script for the new C8 Corvette.
For now, that’s the latest piece of information we have regarding Chevy’s new mid-engine flagship. The update didn’t reveal much else, other than to say “every generation has had its own unique design, with an iconic emblem that reflects the spirit of the Corvette.”
We will know more on July 18, 2019, though, when GM plans to officially pull the wraps off the C8 Corvette. The countdown has dropped to 83 days, give or take a few hours. Stay tuned to TFLcar.com for more updates!