The 2024 Corvette E-Ray introduces a fresh, all-wheels-driven, hybrid variant for the iconic sports car nameplate, offering impressive performance and grip, even in less-than-ideal conditions. Naturally, all that good stuff is represented by a striking exterior design, as we’ve seen on more than one occasion. Now, however, we’re taking a look at the 2024 Corvette E-Ray as it stands in the real world thanks to the following GM Authority photo gallery.
This 2024 Corvette E-Ray was spotted at the Amelia Island Concours event held earlier this year in Amelia Island, Florida. The new Vette was parked in a booth amongst an array of stunning antiques, classics, race cars, sports cars, and exotics, but still managed to draw attention from the crowd.
This particular example is covered in Silver Flare Metallic paint, which is complemented by a set of Electric Blue racing stripes. The exterior presents the same widebody treatment as the C8 Corvette Z06, with color-matched accents and carbon flash badging equipped as standard. The body length Electric Blue racing stripes are exclusive to the E-Ray.
The front end shows off aggressive lines and large front intakes, with the narrow, pointed headlights leading the eye rearwards towards the massively flared rear haunches. The rear intakes dominate the profile view, leading into the finely sculpted tail section. The rear is topped by a blade-like rear spoiler attached to the edge of the trunk.
In the corners, we spot a set of large five-spoke wheels finished in Carbon Flash with a machined edge. Wheel sizing is set at 20 inches in front and 21 inches in the rear. Under the rollers, massive carbon ceramic brakes are mounted to shed some speed.
Speaking of speed, the 2024 Corvette E-Ray features the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 LT2 gasoline engine, the same engine cradled by the C8 Stingray, as well as a single electric motor and 1.9 kWh battery, all of which yields a maximum output of 655 horsepower.
The GM Y2 platform provides the underpinnings, while production takes place at the GM Bowling Green plant in Kentucky.