How It Feels to Drive—and Crash—the First-Ever Mid-Engine Corvette
Car buffs have waited decades for Chevy’s new Corvette Stingray, with its relocated engine. WIRED got to test the beast in a simulator GM used to help build it.
“JUST DRIVE THROUGH that fence,” the voice says into my headset. I’m a bit rattled, having spun off the track and straight to the wrong side of said fence, just moments into my first drive of the 2020 Chevrolet Stingray. I’m fine, though. Not because of the five-point harness seat belt I tightened before hitting the accelerator, but because the car, the track, and my crash are all the work of a computer.