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Here Is the First Real Shot of The 2020 C8 Corvette Interior

We've all waited a long time for the C8 Corvette and it's almost here, but not without a leaked shot of the actual interior first!
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We've all been waiting for what seems like forever to catch a real glimpse at the 2020 C8 Corvette. We've gotten lucky with some spy shots here and there to satisfy our need to finally see this car in person but within the last hour someone got an actual shot of the interior for this brand new Corvette and let me tell you... It looks great! There were spy shots not too long ago that showed off the interior in a cream color with black seats and red stitching which was not a flattering color combination.

We are less than 4 hours away from the official reveal of this car but that didn't stop this person from leaking the image of the interior a little early. We are all dying for information on this car and it's trickling in slowly but surely. The interior in this shot looks much better than the previous spy shots. The all black interior with the red stitching and the sea of red that is the Torch Red exterior outside of the windshield really just ties it all together. It's really starting to come together and is looking very supercar-ish.

Aside from the black leather with red stitching we can see many aluminum contrasting parts to the interior to give it that premium feel and look. The huge center infotainment screen really lets you know this car is all about technology. The digital speedometer looks much updated from the C7 Corvette and is said to be a 12" display! The steering wheel was recently officially revealed by GM and in this picture somehow looks even better with the red stitching, of course the red stripe on the top, which is really indicative of the performance, helps set it all off.

On the right hand side of the picture we can see the electronic button to open the door, similar to the way previous Corvettes have forgone the traditional door handle in place of a button that electronically pops the latch. GM has gone very driver focused once again with the C8 Corvette just as they had with the 7th generation Corvette. Everything important is angled towards the driver to really give this interior the look of a cockpit. Based on the performance we are likely to get with this car, I'd say that's pretty fitting.

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The dash seems to extend out quite far which of course will make cleaning that front window a chore, but it also means the car is likely to be quite sleek and aerodynamics likely played a large role in that design.

That's it for now. We are very close to seeing this all new Corvette but this latest leaked image will keep me satisfied until then! Here, take a look at the 2020 C8 Corvette, which is different in a very good way.

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Comments

I understand the idea of building a driver's-centered cockpit, but the long row of buttons to the right looks awkward. I will have to see it in real life and drive the car before I pass final judgement though. As it is, with the rest of the C8 Corvette looking like it's going to be a real hit, I could learn to live with the interior's odd looking setup.
I agree. I'm going to take a look at the car in person when I get a chance and see how I feel about it.
My initial reaction to the interior was “ugh, I don’t care for that and I really really dislike that long row of buttons.” With that said, I like the exterior so far and I’m going to keep an open mind until I can sit in one for myself.
This is my exact thought process. I'm going to see if it "grows on me" and go from there.
Whoever thought of having all those buttons in one single file near the passenger seat needs to be fired. Poor ergonomic design. It's like honey please press the heated seat for me as I can't see or reach for it enough.
It is an interesting design that's for sure!
Another crappy looking, ANTI-ergonomic, plastic Corvette interior.