Even if EVs account for 25% of cars on the road in 10 years (which is probably a stretch), I suspect we'll be driving and refueling ICEs well into the second half of the century. Longer if electric power generating stations and distribution infrastructure can't keep up with battery charging demand. That applies to home garages with two or more cars charging overnight, as well as tens (or hundreds?) of thousands of charging stations across the country. And I'd bet the majority of existing homes can't handle two Level 2 charging stations running at the same time as an A/C system and electric dryer. Solar and wind can't do it alone, and even hydroelectric is controversial. And forget about nuclear and even relatively clean natural gas. Both are political hot potatoes.
Why in the world would you say that? GM's problems have historically been caused by bean-counting CEOs like Fred Donner and Roger Smith, not their engineering staff. Have to say, even with the success of the Corvette C6.R, C7.R, and now the C8.R in international endurance racing, I'm sure there are Harvard MBA types in Detroit trying to shut down the program.
This is just one of many nasty comments about the latest Corvette, the engine, GM etc. And why does a well-written article about a wonderful new engine turn into a name-calling, condemnation of GM engineers, and calls for more EVs? Seems like there is no shortage of EV forums, and this ain't one of them. It's not close to Christmas yet, but the Grinch is already with us!
Why only a twenty minute dyno break-in? They'll certainly have enough time for a full break-in, while waiting for delayed infotainment chip production to catch up. And I request them to create a YouTube channel with videos of every engine's break-in run, just for the music.