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The windshield specifications of a Chevrolet Corvette may vary depending on the specific model and year. However, some general specifications are as follows:

– Size: The windshield of a Chevrolet Corvette is typically slightly larger than standard car windshields. It is designed to provide a wider, panoramic view of the road ahead.

– Material: The windshield is made of laminated safety glass, which consists of two layers of glass with a thin layer of plastic interlayer sandwiched between them. This construction enhances the windshield’s strength and prevents shattering upon impact.

– Tinting: The level of tint on the windshield can vary depending on local regulations and customer preferences. Some Corvettes may have a factory-applied tint on the upper portion of the windshield to reduce glare from the sun.

– Curvature: The curvature of the windshield may differ between Corvette models, as it can affect the aerodynamics and overall design. Corvettes with a higher performance focus may have a more aggressively curved windshield to reduce drag and improve handling.

– Wipers: The windshield is equipped with windshield wipers for removing water, dirt, and debris. Most Corvettes have dual wiper blades, with some newer models featuring advanced wiper technology like rain-sensing capabilities.

– Defrosting: The windshield may have built-in defrosting elements, either as thin wires embedded within the glass or as small heating elements inside the wiper blade area. These elements help to quickly clear fog, ice, or snow from the windshield during colder weather.

Note that these specifications are provided as a general outline and may vary between different Chevrolet Corvette models and years. For precise details, it is recommended to refer to the vehicle’s official documentation or contact a Chevrolet dealership.

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