For over 60 years, Chevrolet’s Small Block 350 has been the gift that keeps on giving, thanks in large part to its ability to provide incomparable bang-for-your-buck performance. But it wasn’t until 1988 when Chevrolet really flipped the script when it released the “ZZZ,” the company’s first modern crate engine. Despite not being as large and as powerful as some of the other crate engines released at that time, the ZZZ received universal acclaim for its all-around versatility. Since then, the ZZ-series crate engine has evolved numerous times. It will culminate at the 2015 SEMA Auto Show, when Chevrolet Performance unveils the latest iteration of the iconic powertrain, the new ZZ6 350-cubic-inch, 5.7-liter crate engine.