The C7-generation Chevy Corvette Z06 is low and wide, emphasizing its sporting attitude with an aggressive, shark-like front end. Thing is, that front end doesn’t always play nice with other cars, especially when it comes into contact with a lifted truck. Now, we’re watching the front end of a C7 Chevy Corvette Z06 get ripped apart as it is towed onto a flatbed, and suffice to say, it’s a bit painful to watch.
The video was recently posted to social media, and is only a few seconds long. It opens with a white C7 Chevy Corvette Z06 nestled underneath the bumper of a lifted Toyota Tundra. The hood looks as though it’s actually elevating the rear end of the pickup a bit, with the tow hitch buried into the hood vent of the Chevy sports car.
As the video progresses, we see the Corvette slowly backing up, and as it goes, the tow hitch on the Tundra proceeds to rip away the front-end body components of the poor Corvette. The front bumper and hood are completely demolished, and as the Corvette is slowly dragged backwards, we hear sickening crunching and cracking noises as the truck’s tow hitch tears into Vette like it’s a bag of chips.
Naturally, there’s no backstory or explanation as to what happened or how these two vehicles got into this position. It’s possible that the C7 Chevy Corvette Z06 rear-ended the Toyota pickup, as indicated by tire marks around the rear of the truck, but the speed needed to move the truck that far would likely result in more damage to the front end of the Vette. It’s also unclear why those involved simply didn’t jack up the rear end of the Toyota when pulling the Vette out to avoid all that damage.
Either way, that’s definitely not gonna buff out:
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