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From the press kit:

Vehicle Type: Two-door, four-passenger rear-wheel drive sport coupe
Wheelbase (in / mm): 110.5 / 2806
Length (in / mm): 186.2 / 4730
Width (in / mm): 79.6 / 2022
Height (in / mm): 53 / 1344
Track (in / mm): 63.8 / 1620 front - 63.3 / 1607 rear
Engine: 6.0L V-8 LS-2. 400 HP / 298 KW. with Active Fuel Management (tm)
Transmission: Six-speed manual T56
Suspension: Four-wheel independent: MacPherson strut front, multilink rear. Progressive rate coil springs, gas-pressurized dampers
Brakes: Four-wheel disc. 14" rotors with four-piston calipers
Wheels: Cast Aluminum. 21" front, 22" rear.
Tires: 275/30R21 front. 305/30R22 rear.
 

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I seriously doubt that the new one will have t-tops. The roof lines don't "support" a t-top look.
 

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Also, like Chris said I'd expect an 18" option to be the largest wheel. I'm not about to try and find a 22" drag radial.
 

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Yeah it would. A 22" Nitto?
 

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I don;t think I want to know. It'd never hook.
 

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OctaneZ28 said:
I would think maybe 17s would be on the base model, and maybe 18s/19s staggered on the top model.
Just thinking out loud.
I agree with that. Will be interesting to see if the wheel openings are smaller too on the prod car.
 

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I'd love to be able to fit 315's with out having to do anything.
 

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Those wheels might hurt straight line performance, but the less and prbly stiffer sidewall will help cornering.

personally i'd love to see what was on the concept as an option, but also have a 17/17, 18/18, and 18/19 options as well.
 

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I think we will see something like the current C6's wheel combo, a 19" rear wheel and an 18" front wheel.
 
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