The first Corvette was produced in 1953. It was a convertible, named after a quick and maneuverable type of ship from colonial times. The Corvette Z06 was designed to be a world-class supercar meant for the race track. Its supercharged 6.2 litre aluminum V8 engine delivers 650 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque for a certifiable supercar performance.
The road legal Corvette Z06 inherits several elements of the racing Corvette. These include its dry sump oil system, composite panels, adjustable spoiler, titanium intake valves and more. The Z06 is available with three levels of aerodynamic upgrades to add downforce and enhance performance.
The car is being offered with automatic or manual transmission. Its fully electronic drop-top can be lowered remotely and also functions while driving at up to 30 mph. On the inside, competition sport seats with side bolsters keep the driver firmly in place while taking corners.