Pick your poison, and power level – the base 2012 Chevrolet Corvette, Grand Sport, Z06 and ZR1.
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Pick your poison, and power level – the base 2012 Chevrolet Corvette, Grand Sport, Z06 and ZR1.

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Breaking news to all fans of the Corvette—Three choice updates released on January 12, 2012:
A Convertible Z06 will finally be made, appropriately dubbed the Corvette 427 Convertible.
A 60th Anniversary package to pay tribute to the Corvette’s 60th year of production.
This is the final year for the current C6 generation.
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Breaking news to all fans of the Corvette—Three choice updates released on January 12, 2012:

  1. A Convertible Z06 will finally be made, appropriately dubbed the Corvette 427 Convertible.
  2. A 60th Anniversary package to pay tribute to the Corvette’s 60th year of production.
  3. This is the final year for the current C6 generation.

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The handbuilt LS7 V-8, a race-engineered 427-cu.-in. “small” block that has been ripping and snorting its way to 505 bhp since 2006.

The handbuilt LS7 V-8, a race-engineered 427-cu.-in. “small” block that has been ripping and snorting its way to 505 bhp since 2006.

Waiting…

Waiting…

Coming at you

Coming at you

Red, white and blue
The Z06 is the Lite beer of Corvettes. All the grip of a ZR1, but with slightly less power. Still enough to dominate on the track, but not quite enough to rival the technology of the Porsche Turbo S on the street.

Red, white and blue

The Z06 is the Lite beer of Corvettes. All the grip of a ZR1, but with slightly less power. Still enough to dominate on the track, but not quite enough to rival the technology of the Porsche Turbo S on the street.

We prefer cars with three pedals—slower at the drag strip or not. We’re enthusiasts who like to be involved in driving the car.
Shaun Bailey, Road & Track editor

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2011 Chevrolet Corvette Z06X Track Car Concept at SEMA