Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 By the Numbers

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The latter of the two trims comes fitted with a full aerodynamic body kit, ranging from a revised front fascia with a more pronounce grille and new splitters, to sharp side skirts, and even a downforce-enhancing underwing.

Earning it that title is a new V8 engine for the vehicle that weighs in a 6.2 litres and spits out 755hp and a hefty 715 lb-ft of torque, all of which helps propel the 2019 ZR1 to over 201mph according to Chevy.

In fact, it rams so much air down the V8's throat that it needs two fuel systems to feed it; the motor uses direct injection and supplemental port injection.

"Its unprecedented performance puts all other global supercars on notice that the ZR1 is back". The guess is that the Corvette ZR1 will hit 60 miles per hour in under 3.0 seconds, likely comfortably so.

And to look the part, the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 gets a front splitter finished with carbon fiber end caps.

Because of the aero, top speed takes a whack, but Chevrolet claims the new ZR1 will still cruise its way past 338km/h (210mph). This is the first automatic transmission ever offered on the ZR1, but Chevrolet still recommends the manual transmission for track driving. As you'd expect, the system generates massive amounts of heat, so there are four separate radiators and 13 total heat-exchange units.

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The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 will go on sale from the June 2018 and the base price is expected to be around $1.30 lakh (Rs 84.93 lakh, excluding import duty). A new carbon fiber "halo" hood rises high and is open in the center in order to clear the bigger supercharger and intercooler. The ZR1 will be available with a choice of either a 7-speed manual or an 8-speed automatic for the first time.

The Corvette ZR1's exclusive LT5 supercharged engine, which is rated at an SAE-certified 755 horsepower (563 kW) and 715 lb-ft of torque (969 Nm), is establishing a new benchmark in performance. Additional features, including aero packages with stanchion-mounted wings, help push the ZR1 harder onto the track for more confident handling and faster lap times. Both wings are tied to the ZR1 chassis, much like the C7.R race auto, to ensure maximum stability.

Chevrolet will be offering the new model in a special Sebring Orange Design Package, which includes the vibrant Sebring Orange Tintcoat exterior, orange brakes, orange seat belts and stitching, and other orange and bronze highlights.

The ZR1's leather seats have available microfiber inserts.

It's good to be the King.

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