When you take delivery of a 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, you'll want to be sure it makes all of the power that Chevy claims is on tap. For the record, that would be 755 horsepower and 715 pound-feet of torque. YouTuber StreetSpeed717 recently snagged what he claims is the fourth ZR1 off the Bowling Green assembly line and the first with a manual transmission. His first stop with his power-crazed coupe? A local race shop with its very own dyno. Race Proven Motorsports of New Castle, Delaware, has performed work on a number of vehicles belonging to StreetSpeed717 (aka Mike). The crew has a...
First Details Emerge On Next Corvette Z06 And ZR1: Report
The 2014 Corvette Stingray isn’t even in the hands of customers yet (though we have seen its first crash), but details are beginning to emerge about the next generation of higher-performance Corvette models. The good news is this: Chevrolet appears to have plans to launch both a Z06 and ZR1...Kurt Ernst
Build Your Own LS Small-Block Chevy Engine: Photo Gallery
In honor of the 100-millionth small-block Chevrolet V-8, which just rolled off the lines, we thought we'd bring you a photographic visit to the plant that built it. In July 2010, Chevy announced it would offer a new program to buyers of its Corvette sports car. Not only could they watch their very...John Voelcker