Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray
The word "turning point" is often used prematurely. But here, it is appropriate. Not only did Chevrolet unveil the first mid-engine Corvette last year, but earlier this year, they also introduced the hybridized version. The iconic American sports car now goes by the name "E-Ray" instead of "Stingray," can accelerate to 100 kilometers per hour in about 2.5 seconds thanks to all-wheel drive, delivers 664 horsepower – and stands as an exhibition vehicle in Detroit one last time. Because in 2024, perhaps the most affordable hybrid sports car ever will go into production.