In two days the long awaited mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette will finally be unveiled. Long rumored and still borne at least once due to company and country economic conditions, the mid-engine C8 will be shown to press and fans at the historic Tustin Hanger #2 near Santa Ana, California. While spy photos have shown a highly camouflaged version, and GM even had Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter and GM CEO Mary Barra drive one through Times Square in New York City in April, Thursday evening’s event will be the first time the entire car has be seen without cover-up.  The initial model will likely sport Corvette’s well known 6.2-liter pushrod V8, but multiple powertrains are expected down the line.  To be made in Bowling Green, KY, the new generation Corvette, now confirmed to be named "Stingray", will likely undercut its exotic competition with a base price well under six figures when it arrives early to mid-2020. MotorWeek will be there for the unveiling so watch this space on Friday for more information and photos of the all-new C8 Chevrolet Corvette.