Ah, the C4 Corvette. General regarded as one of the less sought after Corvette generations. It screams ’80s, with digital gauges and plenty of plastic body bits, it sits as the forefather to modern Corvettes in terms of technology.
Gone were the days of carburetors and in were the days of the 1988 C4 Corvette’s twin-port injection. But we’re not here to talk about what we think of the 1988 Corvette, we’re here to serve you Regular Car Reviews’ latest video on what they think.
As you’re most likely well aware of, RCR has a comedic, potty-mouthed way of reviewing vehicles. Though, through the toilet-humor and inappropriate jokes, there’s always a sort of “light at the end of the tunnel” moment for each car. And this review is no different featuring the 1988 Corvette.
Most of that hits in the styling department of things. The C4 Corvette began to shape what the Corvette’s looks for the upcoming two generations. You may even say the shape is still found in the C7 Corvette, but not as prominent. Regardless, when you think Corvette, the C4 generation began how we think of a modern day Corvette.
There’s plenty more to talk about with the car in the accompanying video, so check it out right down below.