Germany Has Replaced Porsche 911 With Corvettes From GM

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It is looking like, even though the odds are not in their favor, the US is invading Germany again. We say this in relation to the car brands in the US trying to turn themselves into a popular choices in no man’s land, just like Germany.

Things started up around one year ago when the new Ford Mustang was released into a country that had been predominantly filled with names such as Porsche, Audi, Mercedes Benz and BMW. The Mustang did go against all odds to become the best-selling sports coupe.

Today law enforcers in Germany made an announcement that was shocking. They said that the Porsche 911 is going to be replaced by the Corvette to become their new high speed patrol car.

The Chevrolet Corvette offers up the V8 6.2 litre engine that offers 459 horses along with 474 of torque. This is just behind what the Porsche 911 offers. So why are they replacing it?

It seems that it’s all about looks. They think that the Corvette has looks that are more menacing and the vehicle will intimidate those who are considering breaking the law on the high speed roads. If this isn’t the reason then it might be that the Corvette comes in cheaper than the Porsche 911.

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