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When the new spy photos of the C8 Mid-Engine Corvette were revealed on Friday, Corvette enthusiasts like us got very excited over the design and layout of the cockpit.

Now that we’ve had a chance to calm down over our initial shock and awe of the C8’s interior (and the fact that these photos were able to published), we returned to the photos looking for anything that may give us a clue about the new Corvette and any of the features it may contain.

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