Ugh, an ’80 Chevy Citation X/11. Few sights conjure memories of the bad old days like this thing. No 135hp, HO-660 V6 and fiberglass cold-air hood is ever going to make a Citation cool. But what if Chevy stuck two engines in a Citation? That’d change things, right? Well say hello to GM Engineering’s “push me/pull me” Corvette prototype. Corvette? Yes, Corvette. Masterminded by GM engineer Richard Balsley (who ran a ’56 Ford with twin 312 Y-blocks on Woodward as a kid), this is an exploration into a possible twin-engine configuration to keep the Corvette competitive in a post-V8 world.