A mid-engine Chevy Corvette has been rumored for decades and it’s a reality for 2020. Carrying the famed Stingray moniker, it’s the most aggressively styled ‘Vette yet, with a wild exotic-car appearance. It comes with removable roof panels that can be stored in the forward-situated trunk. A 6.2-liter V8 engine sits behind the driver and resides beneath a clear panel. It pumps 490 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels via an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The cockpit is driver-focused and features a pair of electronic displays and no fewer than a dozen selectable driving modes. A revised suspension promises added handling abilities, and it can be upgraded with an adjustable unit that lets the driver dial in stiffness and ride height, or General Motors’ Magnetic Ride Control auto-adjusting system. Amazingly, it starts at under $60,000.