2019 Mid-Engine Corvettes Stop for Lunch at Michigan McDonalds

Photo: Josh Busenbark via “Woodward” Facebook group

A 2019 Mid-Engine Corvette prototype has been spotted recently at a McDonalds drive-thru in Cadillac, Michigan.

Thanks to a private “Woodward” Facebook group, one of their members, Josh Busenbark was able to capture these photos of the prototype stopping at the drive-thru to place an order.

There isn’t really anything new that can be seen here, other than a possible production wheel design for the car. 

The overall shape and stance of the car appears to be similar to the current C7 Corvette generation with the only major difference being the longer rear end and larger air intakes behind the front doors.

If you look closely at one of the photos below, you can see a second prototype parked next to a yellow C7 Corvette in the background.

For now, these photos continue to raise more questions than answers, but we can at least enjoy them and know that something big is coming for Corvette in the pipeline!

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