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...spectators at the unveiling of the Fastback Fiero in 1986 mistook the GT version as the new Corvette.

 
 

 

1990 CERV III Mid-Engine Concept  Chevrolet Corvette 1990 CERV III Mid-Engine Concept
1990 CERV III Mid-Engine Concept  Chevrolet Corvette 1990 CERV III Mid-Engine Concept 
1990 CERV III Mid-Engine Concept  Chevrolet Corvette 1990 CERV III Mid-Engine Concept 
1990 CERV III Mid-Engine Concept  Chevrolet Corvette 1990 CERV III Mid-Engine Concept 
Mid-Engine Chevrolet Corvette Concept Mid-Engine Chevrolet Corvette Concept
Mid-Engine Chevrolet Corvette Concept  Mid-Engine Chevrolet Corvette Concept 
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept  Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept  
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept  Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept 
Purple Corvette Concept Prototype Purple Chevrolet Corvette Concept
Chevrolet Corvette Race Car Chevrolet Corvette Race Car
Chevrolet Corvette 1963 Prototype  Chevrolet Corvette 1963 Prototype
Chevrolet Corvette 1963 Prototype  Chevrolet Corvette 1963 Prototype 
1976 Aerovette Chevrolet Corvette 1976 Aerovette: The 1976 Chevrolet Aerovette concept car used a conventional V8 in place of earlier concepts' rotary engines. The Aerovette's gullwing doors were engineered to allow for opening in tight parking spots. The interior was more fully engineered than that of most concept cars.
Pontiac Banshee Concept  Pontiac Banshee Concept  
Pontiac Banshee Concept  Pontiac Banshee Concept 
1980's Trans Am Hatchback Prototyp Pontiac Firebird 1980's Trans Am Hatchback Prototype: The original Firebird Type K was done in 1977 under the direction of GM executive designer David Holls. Studio stylist Jerry Brockstein did much of the detail work. The first Type K (for Kammback) was conceived on the base Firebird, not the Trans Am. Early prototypes were built of fiberglass. GM Design VP met with Italian builder Pininfarina and arranged to have two metal-bodied Type K's constructed for show purposes. In late 1977, Pininfarina delivered the twin wagons - a silver one with a red interior and a gold one with natural beige interior. These were 1978 cars, later converted to look like 1979-80 models.
Chevy Tandem 2000 Chevy Tandem 2000: This vehicle is a mid-engine 2.0 L and seats two passengers. It was developed with many Fiero, Corvette, and Camaro parts. GM has had this car for over 20 years, occasionally updating and modernizing it.
Chevy Tandem 2000 Chevy Tandem 2000
Chevy Tandem 2000 Chevy Tandem 2000: The concepts' dash resembles the Fiero's.
Chevy Tandem 2000 Chevy Tandem 2000: Rear.
Chevy Tandem 2000 Chevy Tandem 2000
Sunfire Prototype Tuner Sunfire Prototype Tuner
1995 Pontiac Sunfire Speedster Concept 1995 Pontiac Sunfire Speedster Concept
Chevrolet Feretta V8 Prototype Chevrolet Feretta V8 Prototype
Chevrolet Feretta V8 Prototype Chevrolet Feretta V8 Prototype: Engine.
1985 Twin Motor Citation X/11 "Push Me, Pull Me" 1985 Twin Motor Citation X/11: Page 1 of 2.
1985 Twin Motor Citation X/11 "Push Me, Pull Me" 1985 Twin Motor Citation X/11: Page 2 of 2.
1985 Twin Motor Citation X/11 "Push Me, Pull Me" 1985 Twin Motor Citation X/11: Front Engine.
"Push Me, Pull Me" 1985 Twin Motor Citation X/11 "Push Me, Pull Me" 1985 Twin Motor Citation X/11: Rear Engine.

 

 

Several factory prototypes were made, including a Fiero convertible, a Turbo V6 with an Intercooler built into the rear wing, and a 4 seater. These were brought out of hibernation recently by GM and shown at the Fiero 20th Anniversary Spectacular in Pontiac, Michigan. Over 300 Fieros were present.
 
 
 

 
 
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