Katech has a long history with the Corvette nameplate. Before General Motors scooped up the division for its own, it long dealt with engineering and engines for the Corvette Racing programs.
Therefore, that makes this news very intriguing.
Notably, Katech has provided possible powertrain details, horsepower ratings and an availability on its website. Motor Authority caught a screenshot of the page before the powers at be quickly removed it from the site map. The image shown is the same image we captured during a design interview with former Vice President of GM Global Design, Ed Welburn.
Of course, nothing is concrete. Only those in the know, actually know what’s being planned for America’s sportscar.
We’ve previously laid out why we feel a mid-engine Corvette is coming sooner rather than later, and you can check all the evidence out right here. In the meantime, this only douses gasoline on the fire that is a mid-engined Corvette.