Corvette Stingray Gives Other Cars Nightmares

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It may be your dream car, but other cars find it frightening.

If cars could sleep, what would they dream about? That’s an idea taken to the extreme in the following video short and while they may dream about getting wasted on gasoline cocktails or having Jennifer Lawrence riding their stick shift, this particular production focuses on a car’s nightmare. And apparently it’s the new Corvette Stingray that causes them to break into cold sweats in the dead of night. As the tagline says, the car of your dreams is the car of their nightmares.

Watch the video, but be warned, Mustangs may find it uncomfortable viewing.

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