It received the Blue Devil codename during development, and its nameplate has seen production three times since its debut in 1969. Now, Chevrolet is ready to bring back the Corvette ZR1 for the fourth time.
Recently at the 2017 Dubai Motor Show, Chevrolet presented the Corvette ZR1 2019 coupe, and here in Los Angeles, the automaker is taking out the convertible plate.
Like the coupe, the convertible turns the Corvette C7 to 11. When the 650 horsepower arrived the Corvette Z06, it was named Big Nasty, which can only make this car the most unpleasant, as expressed by Mark Reuss , executive vice president of product development at GM. We could not agree more.
It has more of everything: power, aerodynamics, cooling, flares and attitude. Under the bonnet is a new supercharged 6.2-liter V5 V5 that offers 755 horsepower and 715 pound-feet of torque on the rear wheels through a 7-speed manual, yes, you can still give # GiveAShift or an 8-speed automatic. The 2.65-liter supercharger has a 52 percent more displacement than the one that rammed through the engine throat of the Z06 LT4.
The performance is amazing with preliminary times of 0-60 mph of less than 3.0 seconds, a quarter of a mile in the 10-second range, and a top speed of more than 200 mph with the coupe or the convertible.
Opting for the ZTK performance package provides you with a larger rear wing capable of generating up to 950 pounds of downforce at 150 mph, a front splitter with carbon fiber tops, summer-only Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, and a specific calibration for the chbadis and the magnetic suspension.
Those looking for maximum speed racing will want the smaller wing, which produces less drag, but also less downforce to help in the corners.
Within its standard Corvette fare with full skin upholstery available, a new carbon fiber steering wheel, sports seats, a performance data recorder and a Bose audio system.  Price fr With just under $ 120,000 for the coupe and $ 124,000 for the convertible, the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 2019 is now available to order, and soon you can win cars that cost double on your next track day