2010 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 by D2Forged

The Corvette ZR1 is for sure a car that needs no improving, but with just a few adjustments, even the best sports car can get even better. And if you expected to see a complete tuning package, well you are wrong. D2Forged, a tuning firm that specializes in aftermarket wheels, is only offering a new set of wheels, but it seems this was all the car needed to look stunning.

With a chrome exterior paint job and an aggressive fitment of the wheels, the ZR1 obtained a very sporty look. These wheels require no spacers, they are hub-centric, and they accept the OEM TPMS sensors. This is the very best of custom wheels for the very best of Corvettes. The tuner is also offering a lowered suspension.

The new set of wheels is available in either 19" or 20" size, and in Gloss Black Center / Chrome Lip / Chrome Rivets.

The Corvette ZR1 is powered by supercharged and intercooled 6.2L engine rated at 638 hp and a peak torque of 604 lbs-ft. The ZR1 makes the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 3.4 seconds and will not stop until it hits a top speed of 205 mph.

Source: Luxury4play


Well, it seems that D2Forged has made an awesome modification on this vehicle. It seems faster in terms of 0-60 mph. I wonder on why they haven’t removed the top speed limiter for the car.

Corvette has an awesome production from the Chevrolet. However, I don’t like the chrome paint job for the car it hurt my eyes though some details here are quite sporty. Plus, it deliver an awesome power output.

You’re right, the ZR1 will do terrible behind the GT-R. Its always difficult to draft behind a significantly slower car, so I suspect most ZR1 owners will just have to resort to passing instead.

I wasn’t going to say anything, but you’re so right I can’t ignore it

Corvette is one of a kind, that is why, everybody loves to take it on the road.

I love the black with wet paint looking for the vette. it looks more sporty and aggressive with that kind of color.

Very good explanation of the chart included in the AB article, towards the end of that video

Bill Ford admitted to the AP that customers fleeing from gas guzzling SUVs caught the company off-guard. Now the company is going to take 60 days to rethink things.

Never been big on Corvettes, but I love that silver finish. The way it reflects the street around it makes it look like it’s made of glass or ice. smiley

That’s a nice car i always wanted to drive one i bet it feels good having and draving them i would b happy if i was in ur shoes cuz u living the life haller back

Wow, a company that actually lets you use all the capabilities of your car without penalizing you for it. Nissan, are you listening? In fairness, considering all the problems Edmunds is having with their long term GTR, Nissan is right to discourage launch control use.


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