Yes, it’s painted a very attractive, or magnetic, shade of red, but with those Z06 wheels and 15% window tint, the whole package comes together in such a way that allows this fiberglass-bodied car to take on ferromagnetic properties.
Hell, short of skydiving off the Empire State Building, I’d probably do just about anything for a chance to own a new Z06, as long as it was legal. The trouble is, when a former big-time high school football recruit insinuates that he was offered a new Corvette to play for the University of Alabama, it’s big news.
Have you ever been on that perfect Sunday drive in your Corvette? Have the stars aligned themselves enough to where the weather is perfect, the best-possible set of songs is playing on the radio, and you have the right person sitting in your passenger seat?
Just wait till you hear the driver open up those valves at the 10-second mark in this WorldSupercars YouTube video.
The opportunity to take any car out for a lap on Germany’s Nürburgring would be great, but the chance to drive a C7 on the famous track would be priceless for any Corvette fan.