True to form, the new C8 ‘Vette made quite a stir when it debuted late last week. There are lots of new details to take in with the release of America’s newest super car, and most everyone is writing about the 495 horsepower, 3,366 pound curb weight, 0-60 times below three seconds and of course, under $60,000 starting price. That’s great and all, but we are most interested in what changed from the C7 to the C8. A lot of redesign goes into a motor that gets yanked from the front of a car and shoehorned in the back, so how did Chevrolet do it? Our friends at Hagerty broke it all down for you. Check out their analysis here!