Corvette C7's Engine Was Completely Torn Out In California Crash

San Bernardino's 10 Freeway incident destroyed a C7 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.

The Corvette driver may have been racing another ‘Vette when the incident occurred, according to witnesses. At this point, we know the incident damaged at least two other vehicles, including a Ford Edge, and that the Corvette suffered substantial damage.

After the incident, OnScene TV footage shows nothing of the sports car. Most notably, the Corvette's front end, featuring the 6.2-liter naturally-aspirated V8, has been hurled down the road.

In addition, the outside skin of the passenger-side door has been pulled off, the two front wheels and hubs have been ripped from the front, and the passenger-side rear wheel and hub are gone, indicating that the Chevy sustained multiple impacts in the crash.

At least one side window was broken. Only the front bumper and windshield of the Ford Escape were damaged.

Road & Track learnt from the California Highway Patrol's San Bernardino division that the driver was arrested for DUI. He wears a neck brace while being treated. No other collision victims were hurt.

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