What is your dream car?

For some, it will be some sort of Italian exotic or a German Autobahn missile. But there will always be those who will be charmed by America's longest-running sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette.

Chevrolet releases 47 in-depth videos on mid-engine Corvette image

If you fancy the latest version of the fiberglass sports car, Chevrolet has uploaded 47 videos taking you on a tour of the C8 Corvette. It's not just a bunch of glamor shots either; it's an in-depth walkaround of the car. From tips on how to break-in the vehicle correctly, to the long history of the car, the playlist covers almost every aspect of ownership. They call it the Corvette Academy.

Think of this then as an owner's manual in video format. Some of the videos shown include things as trivial as pairing Bluetooth, how to use the memory seats, and even a guide around the trunk and other storage areas. But the playlist also highlights some of the neat features in 'Vette. Such as the Performance Drive Recorder, Magnetic Ride Control, and Drive Mode Selector with individual modes.

But what caught our attention is their track-day preparation video. It's a good one to watch even if you don't own a Corvette. It covers track-day essentials such as checking your fluids, and anything related to keeping your car in good shape before or after running on a track. The Drive Mode Selector video also shows you how to make the most of the car when you're pushing it, and allow you to select your preferred setup.

Aside from that, the playlist includes the mid-engined Corvette concepts through the years. There, you'll also see why Chevrolet, after these years, finally moved to that engine layout. It may only be about three minutes long, but it packs a lot of information within that short period.

Whether you fancy the Corvette or not, it's worth a watch, especially if you have a lot of time to spend. If anything, it makes you appreciate the American sports car even more. From how to use it to its heritage, there's a lot to learn in those 47 videos.

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