The Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06 is a futuristic-looking racing machine produced in the heart of America at Bowling Green, Kentucky, from 2015 to 2019. It's a two-door racecar that runs a GM LT4 6.2L Supercharged engine with 659 (650 bhp / 485 kW) 881nm. It goes from 0-100mph in 4 seconds and reaches a top speed of 196mph (315 km/h). This front-engine rear-wheel-drive Corvette version came with either a 7-speed TREMEC TR-6070 manual or an 8-speed automatic paddle-shift transmission. The fuel efficiency of this beast is 29 PS per L/100 km, and it will cost you around $80.000 to get one.
The Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06 has a curb weight of 3594lbs (1630kg), and its dimensions are177 inches long, 74 inches wide, and 49 inches in height, making it a perfectly sized car for its segment. The Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06 standard tires were Michelin Pilot Super Sport 285/30 ZR19 on the front and 335/25 ZR20 on the rear. The basics pieces of its suspension are identical to the ones of the Stingray, where the anti-roll bars are stiffer. Many experts debate about Corvettes being Supercars or not, but anybody can immediately notice these machines are strong competitors with great looks and power.