This Is The 755-HP Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

This Is The 755-HP Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

This Is The 755-HP Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

What's more, you don't need to know how to use a clutch pedal to drive the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. To that end, Chevrolet added four extra radiators to bring the total number of heat exchangers on the vehicle to 13, sucking on air from huge front air intakes as well as a vented carbon fibre bonnet - the latter has a cut out for the massive supercharger and intercooler assembly. For the first time ever, the ZR1 will be available with an automatic transmission. With this wing, the vehicle won't be able to attain its estimated top speed of 336 km/h (210 mph), but will allow recording quicker lap times around a track.

We have been waiting for months to see what GM had up its sleeve for the ultimate Corvette that would receive the ZR1 moniker, and we finally got a good look at it when a Road & Track cover accidentally revealed a few images and details of the vehicle.

The V8 is paired to either a seven-speed manual or eight-speed automatic and sends power to the rear wheels.

The Corvette ZR1 introduced today also debuted a dynamic, available Sebring Orange Design Package.

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The new design package complements the Corvette ZR1's tradition of offering maximum performance with refinement and design distinction. According to Chevrolet, the 2019 Corvette ZR1 tips the scales at 3,524 lb. Equipped with a hand-built, supercharged 6.2-liter V8, the third installment of the ZR1 made 638-hp, boasted a top speed of 205 miles per hour, and included lots of carbon fiber body work, a magnesium front cradle, a unique rear axle design, carbon ceramic brakes, a magnetic ride control suspension, a 6-speed manual gearbox with a twin-disc clutch, and a launch control system to maximize acceleration.

The 2019 Corvette ZR1's aggressive appearance is driven by function, contributing to its distinction as the fastest production Corvette to date.

For example, the new ZR1 has a redesigned front end with huge air intakes to feed four new radiators, which brings the total heat exchanger count to 13, according to Chevrolet. Like the C7 race auto, both wings are tied to the chassis for greater stability.

Aeros have been enhanced elsewhere too, with a front underwing on all models boosting downforce and grip, and if you go for that high wing in the ZTK performance package, you'll get a carbon-tipped front splitter too, as well as racier tires and magnetic ride control tuning for the suspension. Tires will be sized P285/30ZR19 up front and P335/25ZR20 in back.

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Speaking of the interior, the ZR1 comes as standard with leather-trimmed seats, and can be specified with sueded microfibre inserts or even Napa leather upholstery together with heating with ventilation.

The ZR1's LT5 6.2L V-8 engine advances Corvette's supercharging legacy, which began with the 2009 sixth-generation ZR1 and continued with the 2015 seventh-generation Z06.

A further option, the "Sebring Orange Design Package", adds orange accents as well as orange seat belts and stitching combined with the Sebring Orange Tintcoat paint.

The 2019 Corvette ZR1 is set to go on sale next spring. Pricing has not yet been announced, but we're expecting a base MSRP of about $130,000. "Its unprecedented performance puts all other global supercars on notice that the ZR1 is back".

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