New Chevrolet Models Will Borrow Corvette’s Style
The Chevy Corvette is one of the most adored cars on the market. It may be because of its muscular body or its rich heritage, but the overall style of the new Corvette is also affected by the distinctive details which are unique and recognizable. Having this in mind, the people in charge of the Chevrolet development will focus on implementing some of the design cues from the seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette to the new models. According to the Automotive News report, The Bow Tie will try to use the Corvette’s DNA for some new models. Of course, the fact that the new models won’t be pony cars isn’t an obstacle for some design quotations. Having the halo car’s exterior design dispersed across the range is a very clever move. That is, if they manage to make it look natural and stylish enough.
The new models will probably have some of the most distinctive Corvette’s design cues. Those would be the ones that can be seamlessly implemented. Mr. Ed Welburn, General Motors’ Vice President of Global Design, said to Automotive News:
As Malibu and Cruze and Volt come to market, you’ll be able to see a subtle link between some of the form vocabulary for all of them and Corvette.
The report revealed that the future Chevy models will inherit the style of the Corvette’s taillights. Of course, they won’t have exactly the same taillights, but their style will resemble the overall feel of the supercar’s taillights.
There’s no doubt that some other design elements will find their way into the new models’ exterior design, but the influence of the Corvette’s style won’t be huge. It would rather be present as an innuendo and a reminder that Chevrolet is a brand which can make such a stunning car, but the next-gen Chevrolet models will have their own distinctive style.