See The Corvette Interior's Evolution From C1 To C8
A lot can change in 67 years.
AUG 30, 2019
Last month, Chevy unveiled the 2020 Corvette Stingray after years of denials, prototypes, and countless trademark filings that laid bare Chevy's mid-engine aspirations for the sports car. With the new chassis layout came an all-new interior unlike anything ever seen in a Corvette before. It's driver-focused with a clear division between driver and passenger. But that hasn't always been the case. The Corvette's interior has changed a lot over its 67-year history, as has its exterior.
The folks at Budget Direct came up with a series of sketches to show how the Corvette interior has evolved since the sports car arrived in 1953, highlighting each Corvette generation from the C1 to the C8. The first three Corvette generations had a very symmetrical look to the interior with the instrument panel centered nicely. It wasn't until the C4 arrived in 1984 when Chevy toyed with a driver-focused interior, discreetly dividing the passenger and driver seats.
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