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This first-ever electrified Corvette boasts an impressive array of features, including all-wheel drive and a powerful 6.2L LT2 Small Block V-8 engine. With its stunning Silver Flare exterior and Electric Blue stripe package, this beauty is sure to turn heads wherever you go.

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“In 1953, the enthusiastic reaction to the Chevrolet Corvette concept kicked off seven decades of passion, performance, and American ingenuity,” said Mark Reuss, General Motors president. “E-Ray, as the first electrified, all-wheel-drive Corvette, takes it a step further and expands the promise of what Corvette can deliver.”

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The Corvette E-Ray is not just about raw power—it’s about providing an exhilarating driving experience in any season. Equipped with intelligent eAWD technology, this Corvette constantly adapts to changing traction conditions, ensuring unparalleled stability and control on the road.

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But the E-Ray isn’t just about performance—it’s also about sustainability. The battery system charges itself through regenerative energy from coasting and braking, eliminating the need for plug-in charging.

With features like Stealth Mode, Brembo Carbon Ceramic brakes, and Magnetic Ride Control 4.0, the Corvette E-Ray offers a driving experience like no other. And with a combined 655 horsepower from its electric motor and Small Block V-8 engine, this Corvette is the quickest production model in history, reaching 0-60 mph in just 2.5 seconds.

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Don’t miss your chance to own this extraordinary piece of automotive engineering. Enter now for your chance to win the 2024 Corvette E-Ray Convertible and experience the future of driving firsthand.

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