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New Midnight and Rally Edition 2020 Silverado Pickups Announced

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What have polling groups decided customers are looking for in the pickup market? The theme hasn’t changed much in recent years as those polls have let large automotive companies know buyers want sleek, bold styling in their pickup options. General Motors has debuted the 2020 Silverado at the State Fair of Texas, a month-long event that offers rides, food, livestock shows and stages like the Chevrolet main state that hosts the newest and upcoming vehicles. Chevrolet has introduced its new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado Midnight and Rally Edition pickups. Each model will have a unique flair and design in its appearance. Drivers can already expect great fuel economy with a Silverado, but these two options are quite the lookers as well. 

The Midnight Edition Silverado Is Here

The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado Midnight Edition provides owners with a two-inch suspension lift and supplies drivers with a more adventure-ready pickup thanks to the Z71 Off-Road Package. Included in the package is Rancho mono-tube shocks, 18-inch black-painted wheels wrapped in Goodyear Duratrac off-road tires, automatic locking rear differential, and solid skid plates that will protect the undercarriage of the Silverado. The appearance is a striking black color throughout with a darker look thanks to its grille, bumper, exhaust tips, badges and side steps being black. Only red tow hooks and a small difference of color can be found in the exterior. 

The Midnight Edition is available for customers to purchase for both the LT Trail Boss and Custom Trail Boss trims. Drivers that opt for the LT Trail Boss are supplied a 6.2-Liter V8 that nets 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. For drivers that want to go for the Custom Trail Boss trim, they are treated to a strong 5.3-Liter V8 engine that is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.

Silverado Rally Edition By Chevy Also Arrives

For those that want a touch of color, more than the bold black look of the Midnight Edition Silverado can side with the Silverado Rally Edition. The wide range of body colors includes Red Hot, Silver Ice Metallic, Summit White, and Black as well. Black stripes are added along the hood as well as the tailgate. This special edition includes 20-inch black wheels and owners can choose the RST grade that moves on 22-inch pieces. Customers can begin to put in their bid for these special editions starting in October 2019. Chevrolet has announced that both vehicles will have deliveries scheduled to start before the end of 2019. Can’t wait that long to step into the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado? We can help out today at Miami Lakes Automall

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Come to us to test-drive the new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado. We also carry the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado as well. Our friendly sales staff will help go over any of the questions you have before you make your choice. Our lineup of new vehicles and high-quality pre-owned vehicles is second to none. We’re ready to help our customers with any buying, leasing or selling needs today. See for yourself what we have to offer!

Come check out our wide selection of over 300 pre-owned vehicles that you might not believe are truly pre-owned. Miami Lakes Automall has everything you’d want in a dealership. We look forward to ensuring that wonderful car buying experience you’re hoping for. See you soon!

There Will Be No More Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid in 2020

There is another sedan hybrid model being put out to pasture in the U.S. market. Green Car Reports says that Chevrolet is abandoning the Malibu Hybrid for the 2020 model year, and Chevrolet confirmed it to motor1.com in an email. With sedan passing on, Chevrolet doesn’t have a hybrid offering in its lineup.

If buyers are looking to purchase an electric vehicle from Chevy, the only new option is the all-electric Bolt subcompact. There’s been a lack of demand for an electric vehicle and that’s the reason behind Chevy abandoning the decision. The sedan sales, in general, have plummeted in the North American market, and the Malibu isn’t immune to the changing tides. 

There haven’t been specific sales figures for the hybrid variant. Malibu’s sales were down just over 22 percent in 2018. The Cruze trim fell nearly 23 percent and the brand’s flagship Impala sedan dropped over 25 percent.

Both of the models got the ax, not to mention the plug-in hybrid Volt which had a 10 percent drop in 2018. The Sonic hatchback, which is in the Chevy lineup, had a 30 percent drop in 2018. Don’t be surprised if it disappears soon.

There’s a possibility that Malibu could be dismissed as well. Rumors are circulating that the sedan could be cut at the end of the current lifecycle, which has until the end year of 2024. The mid-sizer has received a modest facelift for the 2019 model year, and it’s a competitive contender in the market as it has a base price of $23,240 (plus destination fee). 

While Malibu sales are down, Chevrolet has sold over 144,000 vehicles this past year. The hybrid might be a goner, but it seems that GM is trying not to let go of Malibu just yet. GM has already filed for the Bolt EUV trademark. 

GM Has Filed for ‘Bolt EUV’ Trademark

On October 2, 2017, GM outlined what an “All-Electric Path to Zero Emissions” would do, they also announced a new electric offensive with 20 new all-electric vehicles which are set to launch in 2023. They also want to launch two new electric cars in the next 18 months which will be based on the Bolt EV. “In the next 18 months, GM will introduce two new all-electric vehicles based off learnings from the Chevrolet Bolt EV,” said Motortrend.com    

However, the 18 months have already passed, and there have been no signs of those new electric vehicles that they promised. GM has said that they have released those two vehicles already: they are the Baojun E200 and Buick Velite 6 EV, the only two China vehicles that are produced by joint-venture partnerships in China. A few days later there was another report from GM that came out filing a new trademark for a vehicle called the ‘Bolt EUV.’   


Motortrend.com can’t understand how GM would consider the Baojun E200 and the Buick Velite 6 EV as the two newest Bolt EV-based electric vehicles. If GM  had used those vehicles to make it look like they had indeed respected their timeline and had actually launched an actual new Bolt EV-based electric car, how they would have pulled it off would have been funny to see. Either way,  it seems that the writers at Motortrend are happy to see that there is some evidence out there that GM is still working on the vehicles.

General Motor is still planning on launching in 2023 at least 20 new electric vehicles. They have been seriously considering naming the new vehicle Bolt EUV. GM Authority reported on April 9th of 2019 that they have filed a trademark application for “Bolt EUV”.

With the trademark filing is confirmed, the name will be used for vehicles such as the “motor land vehicles, namely, automobiles.” There haven’t been any actual facts, but it’s believed that EUV could stand for “Electric Utility Vehicle.” Nothing has been confirmed except that there’s a new vehicle Bolt.

You can search the inventory of Chevrolet at Miami Lakes Automall.  Make sure to stop by for a test drive and see if this model and make is the car for you. 

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Learn to Use Launch Control With the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette

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Drivers looking to have fun and start up a vehicle with real power, step into the Chevrolet Corvette. The all-new 2020 Chevy Corvette is the first mid-engine Corvette ever made and the perks of owning this sports car come from the excitement of driving one. An eight-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox helps make for a smooth transition while moving. Owners can use the launch control function to operate their 2020 Corvette like never before. Want to see some real speed and some tires burn before hitting grease-lighting speeds? Thanks to an all-new burnout mode that warms the tires before going, the launch control helps owners get the most out of their most-prized vehicle. 

How to Use Launch Control

Once safety buckled up in the driver’s seat of the Corvette, place the car in “Drive” and select the track mode. With a simple double-tap on the electronic stability control button (ESC) to turn the feature off, drivers should then locate the Performance Traction Management (PTM) menu on the instrument cluster. Five choices are available for customers to choose from. The choices include Dry, Race, Sport I, Sport II, Wet. The choice should be made based on the weather and grip requirements. The best part is Launch Control is the feature works no matter which PTM mode is chosen. Press on the brake, press hard on the gas pedal at the same time and lift the brake once the reves settle at 3,500 rpm. The tires should be warmed before using this remarkable feature. 

More on the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette

Currently, 12 exterior body colors are available, but styling elements exist in different packages like the Z51 package. Some carry special emblems on the brake calipers and options exist to have a different look than the standard Corvette provides. Reports have been confirmed for a debut of the first 2020 Chevrolet Corvette convertible on October 2nd, 2019. While this remarkable roof-off version of the Corvette is about to come out soon, it might be a while for them to be fully stocked at dealerships. Curious to drive a new Corvette? We can help at Miami Lakes Automall with getting the process started and wrapped up for our customers.

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Hoping to experience a test drive in one of the latest Chevrolet vehicles? Don’t hesitate to visit us at Miami Lakes Automall today. We are proud to offer the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette and take pride in offering the newest Chevrolet vehicles and a large pre-owned variety that will make all customers pleased.

For help with any buying, leasing or selling, consider us the place to go for all things Chevy! Come visit even if you didn’t buy with our team. Allow our friendly service team to help out should any maintenance work be needed on your current vehicle. Located at 16600 NW 57th Ave in Miami Lakes. Our Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram sales and service departments are open seven days a week to better serve you at Miami Lakes Automall! See you soon!


New 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette Has Hidden Features

Chevrolet has outdone itself with the C8 Corvette. Some might be critical on the styling, and others may believe a “real” Corvette must have its engine in the front. The C8 Corvette is a mid-engine vehicle that can hit up to 60 mph in three seconds, and it has a price of just under $60,000 (plus destination). 

It has enough styling cues which can give them the recognition as a Corvette. Buyers and armchair enthusiasts are still enthralled with the vehicle. It’s a topic that many buyers are bringing into conversations when it comes to purchasing.

The folks over at Motor Trend have spent some time with the C8, and they have unearthed six of the interesting tidbits about the vehicle that isn’t general knowledge for the public. Some of these facts are pretty well known – especially to those Chevrolet Corvette owners. However, there are a couple of neat Easter eggs that Motor Trend has discovered.

Something GM has told the public in the C8’s reveal is that the top fitting in the trunk isn’t any big news. The Corvette unlock button on the key fob can be held down to open the windows; there’s also a hidden button that opens the C8’s trunk. The hood release is located above the left vent on the lower fascia so you can open the hood without having the key or getting in the car if it’s unlocked.

The C8’s engine hood doesn’t have to be slammed to close, its soft-close. It’s something that buyers and prospective buyers will learn very quickly. The speaker grille, which is between the seats, actually displays the Corvette’s winged logo, but they can only be seen from certain angles. 

There are more logos on the Corvette’s rear glass, along with the frit. Instead of seeing the little black dots, there are small Corvette logos in its place. There will be more things to learn as the car enters production. 

The Latest Generation:

The C7 Corvette was introduced in the 2014 model year after having a three-year delay, and it marked the return of the name Stingray. Compared to the car that it replaces, the C7 Corvette has a more aggressive exterior design, squared-off taillights, a departure from its predecessors. There is a 6.2-liter V-8 under the hood which is rated at 455 to 460 hp, depending on whether the car has a performance exhaust. 

The Z06 vehicle returned in 2015 with a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 which was rated at 650 hp and 650 lb-ft. Chevrolet also brought back the Grand Sport in 2017 featuring all the suspension bits from the Z06, such as the larger alloy wheels, and the available aero kit. For 2019 the new seven-speed automatic transmission is standard while the eight-speed manual is offered as an option. 

You can search the inventory of Chevrolet Corvette at Miami Lakes Automall.  Make sure to stop by for a test drive and see if this model and make is the car for you. 

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A Closer Look At the Improved 2020 Chevrolet Bolt

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The Chevrolet Bolt has been improved for the 2020 model year. One of the best electric vehicles (EV) on the market now has a longer mile range for drivers to enjoy. This new 2020 Chevy product has a class-leading EV range of 259 miles, which is higher than the previous model year. The Chevrolet Bolt EV is purely an electric-vehicle that charges in less than 10 hours at 220-volt outlet charging. Let’s get into the remarkable technology that is leading the way for Chevrolet and Bolt customers alike. 

One Hot Ticket Item – Introducing the 2020 Chevy Bolt

The attractive, fuel-saving Bolt EV has a low-price on top of its fantastic features to help make it attractive to customers. Appealing to customers with all it has to offer, Chevrolet is betting on this model year to see a jump in interest for the Bolt. The team responsible for creating the battery used in the Bolt was able to improve the ability to go further without having to increase the size of the battery or change the physical battery pack at all.

“The Bolt EV set the benchmark for long-range, affordable electric vehicles, and we’re excited to raise the bar by offering nearly 10 percent more EPA-estimated range for the 2020 model year. At Chevrolet, we’re constantly listening to customer feedback and we heard the desire for more range. The team worked diligently to find ways to improve battery energy, giving customers the confidence to go more than the extra mile,” said Tim Grewe, director of Global Battery Cell Engineering and Strategy. 

Improved Technology and Services For 2020 Bolt

For drivers that are on the road a lot, driving an all-electric car, capable of providing up to 259 miles off a single charge, is a smart choice. The 2020 Bolt adds a surround-view camera, replacing the standard backup camera. A new rear-view camera mirror was added for the Premier trim. Chevy has also added a tire-fill alert system that signals to the driver when a tire is filled with air has reached capacity. 

Chevrolet’s Energy Assist feature was a nice addition the previous year and it has returned. This feature allows drivers to locate the nearest places to charge their Bolt all through a smartphone app. Chevrolet partnered with Qmerit in their ambitious quest to add more Bolt owners. Qmerit has helped in creating the Energy Assist app and even will assist Bolt owners by setting up a charging station at an owner’s home. When speaking about the upgrades to the Bolt, Chevrolet and General Motors (GM) are committed to seeing the Bolt become a success.

“The Chevrolet Bolt EV has been changing consumer perceptions of electric vehicles since its launch in 2016. Great range — now even more — is the foundation of the Bolt EV’s success, and when paired with features like one-pedal driving, Regen on Demand and the instant torque of the EV motor, the vehicle delivers an exceptional driving experience. Chevrolet also is helping to encourage EV adoption by providing customers the necessary tools and services to make EV ownership more convenient.” said Steve Majoros, director of Chevrolet Passenger Car and Crossover Marketing.

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Chevy Silverado Introduces “See-Through” Trailer Feature

The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado offers a lot of features to make life easier for drivers while towing, including the expanded availability of the 6.2L L87 V8 gasoline engine. The trucks’ latest tech offerings outside the engine bay also come into the picture. As first introduced by the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD, the new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 offers a technology package that includes an innovative tow camera system which provides up to 15 different angles around and behind the vehicle, with the image of whatever is behind the trailer being relayed directly to the center of the infotainment screen. 

One of those views is the “see-through” trailer view, which essentially makes the trailer disappear. Dubbed HD Surround Vision with Two Trailer Camera Provisions, it’s a very cool feature, and it’s pretty useful when hitching up or already hitched up, as seen Chevy’s latest advertisement. At 30-seconds in length, the video is brief but does well to demonstrate the power of the camera system, and the pickup owners (not actors, as per Chevy’s ongoing ad campaign) certainly seem to like it. Seeing the trailer disappear with a push of a button, it will undoubtedly confuse some people who weren’t expecting it. 

For example, the expanded availability of the 6.2L L87 V8 for the 2020 model year means the towing capacity for the properly-equipped Silverado RST models is now at a class-leading 13,400 pounds. Buyers can also purchase the big eight in the LT Trail Boss and Custom Trail Boss models.

The additional updates for the 2020 model year include the introduction of Vertical Trailering Mirrors, which pairs nicely with the invisible trailer camera view for those looking to do some serious towing. As for the drivetrain, updates include a broader availability of the new 10-speed automatic transmission, which is a replacement for the outgoing eight-speed automatic offered on 4WD High Country models as well as LT Trail Boss models with the 5.3L L84 V8 engine. The 2020 model year also sees the launch of the 3.0L inline six-cylinder LM2 turbodiesel Duramax engine option.



There’s the introduction of the Adaptive Cruise Control and the HD Surround Vision which is replaced with the HD Surround Vision with Two Trailer Camera Provisions, delivering an available 15 unique camera views to make trailering more convenient. The new availability of smart trailer technology allows access to select features of the iN-Command Control System from ASA Electronics through the myChevrolet mobile app, compatible with Android and iOS smartphones. There’s also a through the in-vehicle trailering app on the vehicle’s infotainment system via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto compatibility.

The 10-speed automatic transmission replaces the 8-speed automatic transmission on 4WD High Country models with 5.3L V8 L84 EcoTec3 engine and the LT Trail Boss model with the 5.3L V8 L84 EcoTec3 engine. The expanded availability of 6.2L V8 L87 EcoTec3 engine, now available on the TrailBoss Custom, the Trail Boss LT and the RST 4WD. The introduction of the performance upgrade package for a 6.2L V8 L87 engine adds a cat-back performance exhaust system and performance air intake.

You can search the inventory of Chevrolet Silverados at Miami Lakes Automall.  Make sure to stop by for a test drive and see if this model and make is the car for you. 

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New Chevrolet Corvette C8 Has Convertible On the Way, Hits New Top Speed

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Chevrolet has unleashed its latest Corvette in the summer of 2019. The eighth-generation Corvette, known as the C8, is the first mid-engine Corvette ever made. Soon the first mid-engine Corvette convertible will be available for customers to enjoy. In October, Chevrolet and General Motors have a planned a reveal for the legendary sportscar. The Corvette C8 has recently made headlines with its incredible speeds, hitting a top speed of 194 miles per hour. This speed was captured at a Chevy event that saw the C8 Stringray trim hit the wildly fast speed. The race track was located in Papenburg, Germany where Chevrolet often travels to test their vehicles in various top-speed ways. For this testing, they actually were able to hit the 194-mph mark running on the track in either direction. (Now, that’s wicked speed!)

Slide Into The Convertible Corvette C8 

According to Corvette Assembly Plant Manager Kai Spande, the Corvette convertible is set to debut “in the October timeframe”. This wasn’t news that was expected to be let out, but those are the expected plans. Interest will remain quite high in many regards as this is still a relatively brand new vehicle that many dealerships haven’t gotten ahold of just yet. The C8 convertible is still months away with a 2020 debut expected. October will just be the real sneak preview for what the look will be like, inside and out and open-air models show pop up in showrooms around the end of winter. The expectation is that the convertible will have multiple powertrain options including the 490 horsepower 6.2-Liter V8 engine as well as the 495 horsepower with the optional Z51 performance package. Each C8 provides an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic that is standard for every trim. The expected price for the convertible Corvette C8 is to be around $10,000 more than the base trim that is currently priced at $59,995 MSRP (plus destination fee). Curious for more information on the Corvette C8 possible engine selection?

More on the 2020 Corvette C8

As drivers today expect more than ever before out of their vehicles, the Corvette C8 provides a remarkable experience for owners. As the standard equipment boasts a fantastic interior with infotainment features like a 10-speaker Bose sound system, 8-inch infotainment system screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto options. The 12-inch gauge display and LED headlights are a plus, as are the eight-way power seats with dual-zone automatic climate control perks. To get into some of the futuristic features, the trim above the base model Stingray is the 2LT that provides wireless device charging, heated and ventilated seats, blind-spot monitoring with a navigation system that includes satellite radio. 

The highest trim is the 3LT that equips better seats for the driver and passenger, a leather-wrapped interior with suede upper trim. Each trim provides the 6.2-Liter V8 engine but the Z51 Performance Package can move the horsepower from the standard 490 horsepower to 495 horsepower. Twelve exterior color choices can be overwhelming for some to pick one, but not only does the C8 have lots of body color choices, but owners can also choose from six interior themes, six-seatbelt color options, and two alternative stitching upgrades to select from. Want some help from the Corvette experts about what to decide on? We can help all at one place.

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From wide and new vehicle inventory to our quality pre-owned vehicles, there’s a fantastic selection. If you’re searching for pricing options to allow you to buy what you want, our financing department can support our customers with buying or leasing needs. Come visit us today, we’re located at 16600 NW 57th Ave in Miami Lakes, Florida. We hope to see you!

2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Engine Reveals Twin-Turbo V-8

There’s a chart allegedly showing General Motors’ future engine offerings for the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 floating around on the internet, bringing an abundance of new rumors for the upcoming Corvette’s performance trims. The leak is fresh from a member in the Corvette Forum, who claims to have obtained a photo showing the future lineup of the C8 Corvette from a “guy who knows a guy.” There is no confirming the validity of the leak; however, it does tick quite a few boxes for the C8s enthusiasts, that they have have been expecting to see released during the C8’s lifespan.

For example, there is the LT6 code which is said to identify a 5.5-liter naturally aspirated V-8, and although it’s smaller in displacement, it reportedly carries a strong punch, with 620 pound-feet of torque. This power rating places the motor square in the sights of the Z06, though it raises eyebrows to expect GM to release a lower-output engine for its new flagship sports car. Perhaps for a new Grand Sport vehicle?

If you want to feel more adventurous then more power could be the answer. The LT7 platform has reportedly slapped twin-turbochargers onto a 5.5-liter V-8 which produces 850 horsepower; which is a good fit for the future ZR1, which is still a rumor. The specifications for the LT7, allegedly leaked, create a bit of confusion when compared to previous reports which had placed GM’s eyes on a Blackwing-based 4.8-liter twin-turbo platform, although neither has yet been confirmed or denied.

Perhaps the most interesting is the inclusion of the electrification across the LT platform. The LT7 is listed as being available in both a traditional internal combustion engine with 750 pound-feet of torque or an electrified behemoth with a monstrous 922 lb-ft. There’s even mention of the LT2 (which is currently in production) being eyed for a form of hybridization.

When GMAuthority reported all of the mid-engines for the Corvette C8’s, the specifications for the LT6 match the, soon-to-be discontinued, next-generation of Camaro. So while there might be some claim to legitimacy, it might be more believable to think of the chart as a list of pre-production considerations for the C8 (especially considering that the LT2 is listed with 469 horsepower rather than the actual 495 horsepower). Maybe a list of general in-development engine programs.


While what’s in the chart doesn’t seem wildly unrealistic, it’s essential to treat this particular rumor with a heavy dose of skepticism. If it did come from GM, there’s no telling if this specific range of engines has made it through the chopping block and whether it will find their respective places in the mid-engine sports car. 

When reached out for comment, a Chevrolet spokesperson didn’t disclose on the rumor. The Chevrolet spokesperson said the following: “We don’t engage in rumor and speculation, but I can tell you that’s not a document familiar to the engineering team.” This could very well be a fabrication of the member in the Corvette Forum. 


It is believed that the first production units of the mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette could start coming out of Bowtie’s Bowling Green, Kentucky, factory as early as September 2019. Industry analyst Auto Forecast Solutions told Autoline that the C7 production would end in August 2019. That’s when the plant would switch over to the new model by the following month.

The rumor doesn’t line up with the previous speculation about the mid-engine Corvette production. Reports published have indicated that Chevy had updated the factory and that it was able to assemble both the next-gen model and the existing ‘Vette on the same production line. If they did this, the company could continue to fill the demand for the current, presumably less expensive model as well as the mid-engine C8.

The September 2019 production start date matches the reports of the mid-engine Corvette which is going on sale in the 2020 model year. However, the debut could take place much earlier because the rumors have been suggesting its unveiling since the North American International Auto Show which happened in January 2019. A trademark registration indicates that the name Zora might appear somehow on the new ‘Vette, which is a nod to the original model’s father, Zora Arkus-Duntov, according to motor1.com.

The mid-engine ‘Vette has a turbocharged engine, but reports have indicated that the base version of the road-going model would have a naturally-aspirated 6.2-liter V8 with around 460 horsepower (343 kilowatts). A 4.2-liter twin-turbo V8 with about 650 hp (485 kW) would be available as an upgrade. A rumored range-topping variant allegedly uses a twin-turbo 5.5-liter V8 making 850 hp (634 kW). 

You can search the inventory of Chevrolet Corvette’s at Miami Lakes Automall. Make sure to stop by for a test drive and see if this model and make is the car for you. 

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