Watch the E-Ray do some donuts on the ice rink at Rockefeller Center in New York.

They did to commemorate the Corvette's debut at GM Motorama in New York 70 years ago.

According to GM, the stunt was performed to not only “showcase the vehicle’s eAWD capabilities,” but also to mark the 70th anniversary for the Chevy Corvette nameplate. Back on January 17th, 1953, the original Chevy Corvette made its world debut at GM Motorama in New York, which makes these all-wheel-drive donuts not only fun to watch, but historically significant as well.

“In honor of Corvette’s momentous debut in New York City, we returned exactly 70 years later to expand the idea of what a Corvette can deliver with the electrified all-wheel drive Corvette E-Ray,” said vice president of Global Chevrolet, Scott Bell.