Chevrolet presented the all-new Corvette Z06 in Geneva – the most track-capable Corvette ever.
At the Geneva Motor Show 2015 Chevrolet presented its most track-capable Corvette ever, the Corvette Z06.
Patrick Herrmann, Technical Manager Communications, presents the technical characteristics and features of the Corvette Z06.
Oliver Gavin, American Le Mans Series Corvette Racing driver, talks about the interaction between the Corvette Racing team and the engineering team that worked on the technology transfer from the racing program to the Corvette Z06 program. He also talks about the upcoming races in the American Le Mans Series and about how eager he is to race the Corvette C7.R in Le Mans this year.
The Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is the most powerful and technologically advanced model in the iconic car's 62-year history. The Z06 rejoins the Corvette lineup in 2015 with a strong aluminum frame, an aero package designed to produce performance-enhancing downforce and an all-new, supercharged 6.2L V-8 engine producing 659 horsepower (485 kW) and 881 Nm of torque. The all-new Corvette Z06 is the most powerful production car ever from General Motors and one of a few production cars available in the U.S. that delivers more than 600 horsepower. With the available Z07 package, the supercar accelerates from 0-100 in 3.4* seconds with the eight-speed automatic and in 3.8* seconds with the seven-speed manual transmission.
*Preliminary technical data
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