Corvette Today is an epic podcast that talks about everything Corvette and provides fans with an assortment of amazing stories from the Corvette world along with the latest news surrounding America’s favorite sports car. Occasionally, our own Manoli Katakis makes an appearance on the show to talk about what’s expected next from Corvette, but this time it’s a little bit more… official, shall we say? Available Monday, May 8, will be some of the most substantial Corvette content that enthusiasts can get. Get away from the clickbait videos and fake renderings. It’s time for the real stuff.
Corvette Today With Tadge, Holder, And Harlan: Details
Corvette Brand Manager Harlan Charles, Chief Engineer Josh Holder, and Executive Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter joined host Steve Garrett on the upcoming hour-long show, and answered questions from users on the MidEngineCorvette Forum and CorvetteForum sites. With the arrival of the “Holy Trinity” for Corvette on the Corvette Today podcast, this proved a rare opportunity for fans to ask questions about their favorite car.
Garrett sat down with the Corvette Trinity during the 2023 Michelin NCM Bash that took place last week. Whether you would prefer to listen to or watch a recording of the interview, both options will be available, as footage of the discussion on its YouTube channel on the same day the podcast will release.
Our own Manoli Katakis has had a couple of appearances on the Corvette Today podcast, delivering insightful information regarding upcoming trims for the C8 Corvette and what we might expect to see from the C9 Corvette when that eventually reaches the market. With the imminent arrival of the LT7 engine, which will be a turbocharged version of the 5.5L flat-plane crank V8 found in the Z06, with expected placement behind the seats of the C8 Corvette ZR1, followed by the Corvette Zora, which could very well enter the realm of hypercars, only mass produced. A lot is going on with the iconic sports car, not to mention the imminent arrival of a fully electric Corvette Sedan. Though vague, we’re bound to get some hints about all of these things during this upcoming podcast.