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Lego launches six new 'Speed Champions' sets
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21st May 2021
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Lego launches six new 'Speed Champions' sets

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Justin Narayan
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21st May 2021
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Lego launches six new 'Speed Champions' sets

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Justin Narayan
Electric Corvette: fresh rumours after E-Ray badge is trademarked again
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10th Aug 2020
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Electric Corvette: fresh rumours after E-Ray badge is trademarked again

Is General Motors about to announce a hybrid or electric version of the Chevrolet Corvette called the E-Ray? First trademarked in 2015, the US car giant has filed another trademark application for the E-Ray badge according to GM Inside News, suggesting a hybrid or electric version of the sports car could be just around the corner. As reported earlier by CarAdvice, presidential candidate Joe Biden let slip about an electric Corvette during a short video posted on his YouTube channel.
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Ben Zachariah
Two Chevrolet Corvette C8 engineering test cars impounded, drivers arrested for street racing
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12th Jan 2020
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Two Chevrolet Corvette C8 engineering test cars impounded, drivers arrested for street racing

Supercars are tested to extremes before they make it to showrooms, but this probably isn’t what General Motors had in mind when two engineers took a pair of yet-to-be-released Corvette C8s for a late night blast through the middle of the week. Police in Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA – where the new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette will be made – stopped two engineering test cars after they were allegedly street racing and exceeding the posted 45mph (72kmh) speed limit by more than 26mph (42kmh).
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Joshua Dowling
Chevrolet C8 Corvette: Stingray name confirmed
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16th Jul 2019
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Chevrolet C8 Corvette: Stingray name confirmed

Chevrolet has confirmed the eighth-generation C8 Corvette, set for a Friday reveal, will launch in ‘Stingray’ guise. The moniker was first used on the second-generation Corvette in 1963, before being dropped at the end of 1976. It made a return in 2014 to denote the entry-level variant of the C7 Corvette – the same role it'll fill within the new C8 range. The 2020 Stingray is set to be powered by an updated version of the current model's 6.2-litre LT1 V8, boosted to around 500hp (373kW).
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Alex Misoyannis