Few cars in the entire history of cars have generated such excitement as the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette. Moving the engine behind the driver certainly garnered the world’s attention, but Chevy’s decision to infuse the base model with 490 horsepower and price it just under $60,000 was nothing less than a paradigm shift in the mid-engine supercar realm. As such, attention remains very focused on the car as more examples find their way to new owners, but with that attention comes close scrutiny as well.
Case-in-point is a post at Corvette Forum showing a potential quality control problem that can muck up paint on the C8’s door. Photos reportedly show a screw in the driver (left) side door jam on at least two cars that can contact the edge of the door when fully opened. The result can be a nasty scratch or big paint chip on the edge of the door. The