The Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR1 is an aggressive-looking, two-door pony car manufactured from 2018 until 2019 in the General Motors assembly plant at Bowling Green, Kentucky. It is the seventh generation of the Corvette and presents a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout with a manual 7-speed or an automatic 8-speed gearbox. The C7 ZR1 runs with a 6.2L V8 Supercharged engine V8 with a dual fuel system. The peak power of this racing champion is 755BHP at 6300RPM, and its rated torque is 970Nm at 4400RPM. This impressive machine's 0-62 MPH acceleration time is under 3 seconds, with a maximum registered speed of 212 MPH (341Km/h). The current value of this Corvette can go over $120,000, a cost that is well worth paying for a piece of American muscle car history.
The Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR1 is considered a Supercar by any metric imaginable. Its dimensions are 179.8x77.4x48.5 inches, and its weight is around 3584.72 Lb. It features a double-wishbone transverse stabilizer on both axles suspension systems, rack and pinion electric steering type, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 ZP 285/30 R19 front and 335/25 R20 rear tires, with a vented discs brake system. It has an Intercooler mechanical supercharging (compressor) engine aspiration and direct or Multi-point indirect injection fuel system with fuel consumption of 12.4L/100 Km.