GM's Ford GT40 fighter that never was.
There was a time when GM was seriously considering building something to go head-to-head with the Ford GT40. That Ferrari-beating wonder built out of spite and revenge inspired GM to up its game like it never had before. Sure enough, Zora Arkus-Duntov, the so-called "Father of the Corvette" was the behind this project. With styling done by legendary designer Larry Shinoda, Arkus-Duntov’s creation was called the Chevrolet CERV II (Chevrolet Engineering Research Vehicle).
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