GONE is the original GM ’60s styling.
Gone are the bold stripes and the distinctive headlights.
Gone is the chrome grille, the large-bore, 4.2-liter V8 and the big grille.
Gone also is the iconic “V” that is the badge of the 1970s.
GM made a move to make its cars more contemporary with the G86, the new-look, supercharged, 3.7L V-8 that would be the centerpiece of the ’70s era.
But the car still has the look and feel of a 1970s Corvette.
But it also has more than just a few big, big, and big changes.
For one thing, it now has a supercharged 3.6L V8.
That’s the same engine that powered the ’60 Corvette.
The new V8 is not just bigger, it’s more powerful and torque-rich than ever.
GM says the engine produces 431 horsepower at 7,600 rpm and 473 pound-feet of torque at 4,000 rpm.
GM claims the car can reach 100 mph in just 5.9 seconds and get from 0 to 60 in 4.4 seconds.
And when you add in the fact that the new engine is capable of producing 612 horsepower at 5,000 RPM, the engine is able to achieve 0-60 in 5.8 seconds.
The supercharged engine is rated at a peak of 5,500 rpm and has a range of 7,000 to 10,000 miles.
The car is a bit of a challenge to drive.
It’s more of a drag race car, but it’s also capable of handling well at the top end of the rev range.
The Corvette GT86 has a 5.5-liter supercharged V-6 in the back of the car, along with a 3.9-liter twin-turbo V-4.
The V-10 is a 4.0-liter four-cylinder that has a max output of 425 horsepower and is rated for 875 lb-ft of torque.
The GT86 is also a rear-wheel drive car, with a gearbox that shifts smoothly between the rear wheels and can reach speeds of up to 140 mph.
The engine’s twin-cam four-valve system produces 315 horsepower at 6,800 rpm and 354 pound-foot of torque, and GM says it can produce up to 200 horsepower on the high-speed straightaway.
GM is promising a “cruise control” system for the new V-9 engine that will allow the car to take advantage of its torque.
And the V-12 has a six-speed manual transmission and a four-speed automatic.
The front end has an array of new airbags, electronic stability control, a new front spoiler, rear diffuser, and rear sway bar.
But there are also new body panels and a new roof.
The rear seats are new, and they have a larger rear area that allows for greater rear legroom and room to adjust the car.
The G86’s new interior also has a new design, including a more modern design, a redesigned dash, a modern steering wheel, and a “new” center console.
The dash now has six digital displays, including the digital instrument panel, a multi-touch remote, and the rear-view camera.
The steering wheel also has touch-sensitive buttons that control everything from the speedometer to the infotainment system.
There’s also a digital audio system that provides sound information and controls the volume.
It sounds like a new Corvette, except the sound is less intrusive than on other Corvettes.
GM’s new design is based on a more aerodynamic body than the previous GT86, with the GT86’s winglets being completely removed.
The entire rear of the GT is also redesigned, with an air duct that is now narrower and narrower, while the car’s new rear winglets and winglets have been extended.
The shape of the rear bumper is also more aggressive, and it now uses a carbon-fiber rear bumper instead of plastic, which reduces drag and contributes to improved aerodynamics.
GM has also redesigned the interior.
The seat backs have been made thinner and lighter.
The headliner now features a “S-shaped” pattern, and an “L” shaped pattern is used for the instrument panel.
The instrument panel has also been made lighter and wider, and now has three rows of digital display buttons instead of the previous row of four.
It also has three more digital displays instead of two, and is now designed to display data like fuel level and engine speed.
The dashboard now features six digital display areas instead of four, and four more buttons on the right side of the center console, instead of three.
The door trim has been completely redesigned, and there are now four more rows of buttons instead, and more information on the steering wheel