Features

C6 (2005-13)

All-Star Player 1

All-Star Player

With an 800-horsepower engine, race-ready suspension and lots of lightweight carbon fiber, this C6 Z06 has all the bases covered.

Setting the Pace 1

Setting the Pace

Starting rather memorably in 1978, Chevrolet began building Indianapolis pace cars both for the track and the road.

C6 (2005-13)

Sibling Rivalry 1

Sibling Rivalry

The ZR1 is the undisputed king of the Corvette lineup, but now you can order a Z06 with many of its go-fast goodies. Question is, how much do the Z07 and CFZ option packages cut into the ZR1 speed advantage?

C6 (2005-13)

Natural Inspiraiton 1

Natural Inspiration

A Katech employee leverages his company’s talents to build a 650-horsepower Z06—without using a blower.

C5 (1997-2004)

King of the Hill 1

King of the Hill

Best known for winning a Corvette Challenge championship, Bill Cooper has turned his attention to hillclimb racing, with a 600-horsepower C5 coupe being his weapon of choice.

C4 (1984-96)

Unfinished Business 1

Unfinished Business

When this ’91 Corvette was passed from one family member to another, it was clear what needed to be done.

C6 (2005-13)

Code Breaker 1

Code Breaker

The new-for-2011 Z07 option package makes the Z06 handle and brake like a ZR1.

C6 (2005-13)

We Build Performance 1

We Build Performance

The engines in the Z06 and ZR1, as well as manual-transmission Grand Sport coupes, are hand-assembled in a special facility—GM’s Performance Build Center. We take you there, and follow an LS9 build.

C2 (1963-67)

Scientific American 1

Scientific American

Corvette Grand Sport number 002 has found a new home at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum.

C5 (1997-2004)

Not For Sale 1

Not For Sale

You’ve already heard us extol the C5 Z06 as one of the best performance-car values on the planet, so this time we thought we’d let an owner sing its praises.

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