The Corvette E-Ray marks Chevrolet’s first attempt into diversifying the Corvette’s power source beyond traditional internal combustion engines (ICE). It’s important to note that the E-Ray is not an all-electric vehicle; instead, it’s a hybrid that provides a glimpse into the capabilities of the next generation of the Corvette.
Powering the Corvette E-Ray is the LT2 V8 engine, delivering 495 horsepower, supplemented by an additional 160 horsepower from the electric drive unit, resulting in a combined output of 655 horsepower. The sole transmission option is an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Priced at $102,900, the E-Ray holds the distinction of being the fastest-accelerating Corvette, and it is even slightly more affordable than the Corvette Z06. With that said, is the 2024 Chevy Corvette E-Ray a superior supercar to the C8 Z06? Raiti’s Rides will answer that question for us!