Touting their latest creation as the “World’s Highest-Horsepower C7 Z06,” LMR dynoed the car at 765.72 horsepower and 751.20 lb-ft of torque with boost only. Wait till you see what they achieved with boost and nitrous.
Figuring out exactly how to spec that Z06 might be the toughest part of the whole Corvette buying process. But it looks like there’s a general consensus on some must-haves.
That little hidden storage compartment behind the Nav in the C7 can conceal some pretty interesting things, including some that should serve as a warning that you definitely don’t want to mess with anyone who drives a Corvette.
As of yesterday, General Motors has increased the price by $1,000 on all 2015 Corvette coupes — both Stingrays and Z06s.
More than two years after the C7 Corvette was unveiled to the public, Corvette Forum members report its design is still turning heads.