The 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray is finally here, and while the words "all-wheel-drive hybrid" might not get your heart racing, we have a feeling the E-Ray's 655 hp and 2.5-second zero-to-60 time probably will. It's certainly not as track-focused as the Corvette Z06, however that's the point. It's an extremely powerful Corvette for people who probably will not take their cars and truck to the track. Over 70 years and eight generations, Corvette has actually been innovated upon time and time again. And now, it's been energized for the very first time with an e-AWD system that works in tandem with its LT2 V8 engine to give it the fastest 0 to 60 time ever for this legendary nameplate. But this newest Corvette isn't made merely for performance. With standard all-season tires and Magnetic Selective Ride Control, ™ it's produced all-season touring too.