For starters, it wouldn’t put a C8 in a same joining as supercars like a Ferrari 488, Lamborghini Huracan, and McLaren 720S – that lift plaque prices closer to a $300k mark. Instead it would put it closer to a likes of a Acura NSX, Audi R8, McLaren 570S, and higher-end versions of a Mercedes-AMG GT and Porsche 911 (like a GT3 and Turbo). And it’d positively come in reduction than a Ford GT – another mid-engined American supercar, that costs a good $450k. In that context, even a $170k Vette would seem like a relations bargain. But there’s more.