The Chevrolet Corvette C6 belongs to the sixth generation of Corvette's lineup, developed by the worldwide famous GM Design Chief Tom Peters. The C6 came with the rear-mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive pony car of configuration typical of American Muscle Cars and was in the production lines of Bowling Green from 2005 to 2012. It comes with a new bodywork that integrates exposed headlamps, a revised suspension, and a higher level of sophistication than previous iterations of the Corvette. It carries a 6.0L naturally aspirated V8 engine combined with a 4-speed or 6-manual transmission that takes this car to a maximum speed of 186 Mph, going from 0-60 Mph in only 4 seconds. With its current market value of around 10,747 dollars, the Chevrolet Corvette C6 remains an all-time favorite of American Sport cars lovers and fans around the world.
The comfortable, lightweight, and extravagant Chevrolet Corvette C6 offers all the performance, speed, and aggressiveness any sportscar fanatic likes to experience and does not break the bank. The unique roar of a Chevrolet Corvette C6 as you hit the pedal brings every motorhead memories of the good old days when having a powerful machine to ride on road trips and street races was pure and authentic fun. The C6 comes with a Michellin Pilot Season tire setup, supported by an independent, double wishbone, mono-leaf springs suspension type, with a high-tech magnetorheological damper as an optional feature. Its combined fuel consumption of 9L/100Km, and the EPA's derived fuel economy, allow the user to avoid the Gas Guzzler tax in the US.