2023 Chevrolet C8 Corvette Z06
Chevrolet C8 Corvette Z06
Horsepower @ RPM:650
Torque @ RPM:650
0-60 time:3.0 sec.
Top Speed:185 mph
Proving that you don’t need to go six figures deep to have supercar performance on or off the track
Chevy shocked the world when the eighth-generation (C8) Corvette switched to a mid-engine layout. It naturally came with some criticism, but for the most part it was well received. Fast forward a couple of years, and Chevy stayed true to tradition by releasing an all-new C8 Corvette Z06, but how much does the new Z06 really stick to tradition? Well, it doesn’t feature forced induction, but it is supercar fast and it comes as a strong proposition to cars like the Ferrari F8 that cost more than double, and it kind of sticks it to Ford and its overpriced, heritage-proud GT. Here’s everything you need to know about the brand new 2023 Chevy C8 Corvette Z06.
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For Shame: Someone Bought a Corvette ZR1 3ZR And Never Drove It
Being the most powerful Vette of its time, the C6 Corvette ZR1 is such a beast, even in today’s world. It was introduced in 2007, and in the same press statement, GM announced how it managed to achieve 100-horsepower-per-one-liter with a new LS9 supercharged V-8 engine. The Corvette ZR1 is a part of the sixth-generation iconic sportscar (C6), which made its debut in 2005. A 2011 iteration of this 638-horsepower legendary two-door coupe is offered on Bring a Trailer with only 37 miles on the odometer. That means this C6 ZR1 3ZR is practically a brand-new car.
This Pratt & Miller C6RS Just Sold For Unthinkable Amounts of Money
Road-going race cars are always an exciting prospect that gets car enthusiasts foaming at the mouth, regardless of how not-appropriate they are on the road in the real world. These cars can be hard both in terms of the ride, and the sheer amount of effort it takes to drive. However, the stock Corvette has always had a fair bit of everyday ease and usability to it, so perhaps this road-going racer won’t be such a pain. This Pratt & Miller C6RS is one such car, and it is the fourth example ever built of a road-legal homage to the racing team’s C6.R race car that won its class at LeMans in 2007.
Watch the 2024 Corvette Corvette C8 E-Ray Put in Work on the Nürburgring
Launched in April 2019, the eighth-generation Corvette is now due to go hybrid. The name "E-Ray" was trademarked back in 2015, but it took the company more than six years to start testing the real deal. Starting October 2021 we spotted all kind of E-Ray prototypes both on the streets and outside the famous Nurburgring track. Of course, this intense testing is not uneventful: just recently an E-Ray prototype testing somewhere in Spain burnt to the ground after the engine bay caught fire. It seems that Chevrolet forgotten about this misfortune, as it took not one, but three Corvette E-Ray prototypes for some testing at the Nurburgring track.
Rendering: Is this the Corvette Sedan of the Future?
After almost 70 years in service, the Corvette is still a sportscar with superb performance and excellent driving dynamics that you can also drive daily. However, a rumor regarding an electric Corvette sedan has sparked the intention to develop practical Corvettes. SRK Designs has imagined what a four-door, front-engined version of the "America’s sportscar" would look like while highlighting the present Corvette coupe design.
Chevy Will Fight the Porsche Taycan With an Electric Corvette Sedan
Like other carmakers, Chevrolet is on the path of electrification. Just as Ford put the iconic Mustang name on the Mach-E electric crossover, Chevrolet is putting the Corvette name on an all-electric sedan that’s aimed at the Taycan. We already know that the Corvette C8 will be offered as a hybrid called the E-Ray, but the fully-electric Corvette sedan is a step further. Although the Porsche Taycan is not the quickest four-door EV on sale – that title is still held by the Tesla Model S Plaid – the German brand has always been an echelon for performance, and the Corvette EV aims to outmatch it.
2023 C8 Corvette Z06 - Performance, Price, and Photos
Celebrating almost 60 years of the Corvette Z06, the latest iteration of the race-bred variant promises to be the best performing and most refined Z06, ever. For many Corvette enthusiasts, the Z06 is perhaps the most desirable model within the line-up. Using the success and development of the C8.R race car, the C8 Z06 will integrate the first-ever flat-plane V-8 engine ever seen in a production Chevy, let alone a Corvette.
Absolutely boasting the most powerful naturally aspirated V-8 available in any production vehicle, the 670 horsepower LT6 engine is truly an engineering marvel. Undoubtedly, the LT6 engine is one of the most interesting and potent power plants available in any modern performance vehicle. GM has touted the new Z06 as the definition of the American supercar, intended for the discerning enthusiast who truly seeks the most refined and rewarding driving experience possible. With a mid-engine layout, a meticulously crafted chassis, and a truly spine-tingling exotic exhaust note, this may be the closest thing to that definition we have ever seen.
This V-12 Chevy C4 Corvette ZR-12 Would Have Decimated the Dodge Viper
Nürburgring Expert Drives The C8 Corvette for The First Time and is Blown Away
The Nürburgring Nordschleife has the tendency of putting the egos of unsuspecting drivers in check. Those with years of experience know even better that you can’t find every nuance in every one of the 154 turns. Keeping the car clean over 12.9 miles is a grueling test of both endurance and consistency.
Misha Charoudin, long-time Nürburgring resident, has more Nordschliefe experience than most could ever dream. He recently got the chance to drive the unicorn (to Europe) known as the C8 Corvette. He covers his full experience of two blazing laps via his YouTube channel.
Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2024 Chevy C8 Corvette E-Ray
It is no secret that Chevrolet is working on a hybrid version of the current generation Corvette. The "E-Ray" name was trademarked back in 2015 and a first prototype of the Corvette E-Ray was caught testing in October 2021. Now the E-Ray is back on the streets and our spy photographers were able to spot it testing around the famous Nurburgring track. While details on this new model are limited, Chevrolet already confirmed that the new E-Ray version will replace the Corvette Grand Sport for the 2023 model year.
The True Story Behind The 1968 Chevrolet C3 Corvette Sportwagon
The Chevrolet Corvette is, currently, in its eighth generation’ and with it, the model finally moved the engine in the middle, as was originally intended. While, in itself, it is a big change, one of the most iconic Corvette models will remain the C3. The classic model, made between 1967and 1982, not only introduced the “Cola-Cola” design, but was also a basis for some epic kit cars such as the Panther J6 and reimagined models like the King Rat and the S/C Lightweight. There was even a rare shooting brake version of the C3, which has an interesting story behind it, and this particular one has received a very significant upgrade.
How Zora Arkus-Duntov Helped Create the 2023 Chevy C8 Corvette Z06
The Corvette nameplate is an absolute legend in America. It is like a working-class hero more than capable of taking down its much more prestigious and expensive rivals from across the pond. However, the Corvette’s even faster variant, at least the one people can still afford, the Z06, almost did not even happen, and if it was not for one guy in the 1960s, Zora Arkus-Duntov, bending the rules a bit, that variant would not exist at all.
Kellison J6 Panther - The True Story Behind This Forgotten American Muscle Car
The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the most iconic American sports cars. And while there’s hardly any Corvette worth missing out on, the American icon also proved to be a great basis for other high-performance machines. One of the greatest examples of that is the Kellison J6 Panther, which was the creation of former aircraft engineer, Jim Kellison, who in 1958, founded Kellison Auto Engineering company and aimed to build an even faster version of the Chevrolet Corvette.
Full Interior Swap: Is this a Chevy C8 Camaro or an F-Body C8 Corvette?
Everyone loves a good engine swap. They are an endless source of amusement online and can breathe new life into a car. Even the most straightforward examples where you simply take an old engine out and put a new identical one in its place can make the car drive like it’s fresh out of the factory. Then there are the craziest ones, like dropping a Hellcat engine into a Prius or a Corvette powerplant into a Tesla. Plus, with the rise of the incredibly sophisticated SEMA-style builds, we occasionally see complete overhauls of cars from the ground up. This 3rd-gen Camaro may not win awards at SEMA since it is just an amalgamation of factory GM parts, but it certainly attracts attention. In terms of the engine swap, all we know is that out is the old 5.0-liter V-8 that originally lived under the hood, and in its place is an LS V-8 of some kind. Great, but in the grand scheme of things, not all that wild. The interior, on the other hand, is something of a different nature.
Would You Pay $160K For A Modified 2020 Chevrolet Corvette?
At the moment, the coolest Corvette model on the market is the Z06. With an aggressive design and a powerful engine it is a dream car for any Corvette fan out there, and it even caters to supercar enthusiasts too. The problem is that it is not on sale yet, and it keeps getting delayed. If you don’t want to wait anymore, this modified 2020 Corvette might be an alternative for you. It is offered by Hive Auto Group, and looks just as aggressive as the Corvette Z06. The only problem is that the seller thinks it worth nearly $160,000.
10 Things to Know Before Buying the 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06
The new Z06 is here, and it comes with a whole lot of goodies for the $30,000 premium chevy is charging over the base Corvette Stingray. The highlight is the all-new LS6 V8, accompanied by a slew of mechanical and aerodynamic upgrades that make this a serious threat to cars like the 911 GT3, so here are 10 interesting and stand-out features about the all-new 2023 Corvette Z06.
This Minted Green Corvette Z06 NFT Comes with a Real Car as Proof of Ownership
The first Corvette Z06 was auctioned for the amazing amount of $3.7 million. Now you have the chance to own another unique Z06. It won’t be the first one, but it will be the only one in the world finished in this very cool-looking Minted Green finish. And it will come with an additional NFT as proof of your ownership.
Chevrolet is not in fact the only automaker that tries to cash in on the new NFT trend. Lamborghini will sell the last Aventador unit along with a non-fungible token, while the Alfa Romeo Tonale’s the NFT will be used to record vehicle data with the customer’s consent.
Here’s What a Modern Day Manta Ray Corvette Would Look Like
With modern automotive design influenced more and more by numerous regulations, many of the production cars do not look nearly as exciting as their respective, original concept models. For the same reason, many design studies never made it to production or had to be heavily altered. While there are concept cars that made it to the real world, the Chevrolet Corvette Manta Ray is, sadly, not among them, but now, we have a modern interpretation of the 1960s design and, once again, we wish GM could give us a production version of it.
Lightning Sports TS: When The Brits Wanted To Make Their Own C3 Corvette
When we talk about “The American Dream” in the context of cars, the Chevrolet Corvette is, often, the car everyone looks up to. While largely sold in its home market, in the USA, the American sports car has had quite a faithful fanbase across the pond too. Because of this, some European carmakers tried capturing the essence of the Corvette with their own interpretation, a case in point being the Intermeccanica Indra, but in a British company, called Lightning Sports Cars UK revealed their take on a C3 Corvette, called the Lightning Sports TS, and we are not sure what to think of it.
The Fastest American Cars Ever Produced
While most people might automatically assume some of the fastest cars ever made are from Europe or Japan, that simply isn’t the case because you’ve got some pretty serious speed machines conceived right here in America. This list is comprised of cars from both mainstream automakers and boutique manufacturers who produce just a handful of super-exotics per year. Spoiler: The fastest American car also happens to be the world’s fastest production car currently!
This 1991 Chevrolet Corvette C4 ZR-1 Is An Attainable Americn Icon Worth Checking Out
The Chevrolet Corvette is an American icon, not just on its home soil, but across the pond. While the C4 generation is generally considered to not be the model’s finest hour, its top-of-the-line version, the ZR-1, is certainly a sight to behold. With this in mind, plenty of “Vettes” made it across the pond and this particular example, 1991 ZR-1, located in Enkhuizen, Netherlands, is up for grabs, and it looks like the bargain of the century.
The Hybrid, AWD C8 Corvette Could Redefine the Grand Sport Name
Chevrolet has owned the "Grand Sport" name for what seems like forever, but it wasn’t available with every generation of the Corvette. The first time it was used for the second-generation Corvette in 1963, and then it made a comeback in 1996 with the fourth generation, then skipped a generation and made a return in 2010 with the C6, and then again in 2017 with the C7.
Now it seems that the Grand Sport name is about to make a come-back as Chevrolet trademarked the name again with the “US Patent And Trademark Office”. Or it could be a simple renewal as the current trademark expires at the end of November 2022.
Learn How Chevy Leveraged Aerodynamics to make the C8 Corvette Z06 Faster
When compared to the Corvette Z8 Stingray, the Z06 is more aggressive, delivers more power and it is, of course, faster. The work on the Z06 was intensive, but in the end, the car offers improved aerodynamics from front to rear. According to Chevy, the Z06 is the most capable track car it has ever offered, and it seems that people already understood that, as the first unit was sold for $3.7 million at a recent auction.
This LS7-powered, 1965 C2 Corvette Proves There Is Still Place For Custom-Built Pro-Touring Muscle Cars
In how bad of a state does a car need to be in order to be given up on? Apparently, it doesn’t matter for Greg Thurmond, who saved a 1965 C2 Corvette that has been sitting in the desert for 30 years with much of its body missing. If you are a purist and hope to see a fully-restored, all-authentic C2 Corvette, you will be disappointed, because when Greg finished with the C2 Corvette, it became what can only be described as the pinnacle of custom-built, Pro-Touring American muscle cars.
The Four Horsemen Of High-performance Sports Cars Gather For An All-out Drag Race
While drag racing fast cars only tells you so much about their performance capabilities, it’s always fun to see who comes out on top. Currently, these four – theAcura NSX Type S, Nissan GT-R Nismo, Chevrolet C8 Corvette, and Porsche 911 Turbo S – are some of the hottest high-performance cars on the market. ’Throttle House’ arranged for them to meet for a drag race. Can the C8 Corvette punch above its weight against the turbocharged opponents?
2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Pace Car
Chevrolet Corvette has a very long history of pacing the Indy 500 race. It started in 1978 and 2022 will mark its nineteenth time on the job and its sixth consecutive year. This year, the pace car will be based on the 2023 Corvette Z06 and will be driven by former Indycar Series driver and team owner Sarah Fisher.
Watch A C8 ’Vette Give A Ferrari 458 Specialé A Run For Its Money
It’s only been a while since Chevy started shipping the Corvette Stingray on the other side of the pond, and for the first time ever, they’ve decided to offer it with right-hand drive, serving markets like the U.K, Australia, and Japan. As these things are currently, hot off the oven, Mat Watson from CarWow decided to pit it against a similarly sized Ferrari 458 Specialé to see what’s what. Here’s how it went down.
C8 Corvette Stingray Unleashed On The German Autobahn
Modern-Day American Icons Hit The Drag Strip: Mustang GT Races C7 Corvette Stingray
Wheels is back with yet another drag battle. We’ve previously featured several drag battles from Wheels, but Ford vs Chevy face-offs remain popular with you lot. So, here is the latest duel that saw a C7 Corvette Stingray taking on a Mustang GT. Let’s look at the contenders now, shall we?
C8 Corvette ZR1 Details Leaked, And It’s Going to be Awesome
Chevy just teased a new version of the C8 Corvette that won’t only be the first hybrid Vette in history but also the first AWD Corvette in history. And, it wasn’t that long ago that we spotted the C8 Corvette E-Ray doing some on-road testing, and while the Hybrid Vette is next on the list, what’s coming after will be an even bigger deal. I’m talking about the C8 Corvette ZR1, and a new report has shed some light on what we can expect. The ZR1 is now in development and while the Z06 is better because it doesn’t have forced induction, we can now say that won’t be the case for the ZR1.
Watch The Legendary L88 Eat These Old-School Muscle Cars For Breakfast
The 1969 Chevrolet Corvette 427 L88 is a bit of a legend, isn’t it? It has to be one of the best Corvettes ever made. Its stomping performance continues to surprise people today as it did back nearly five decades ago. This video by Road Test TV of the L88 taking on some pretty potent competitors of its day is proof of what the ol’ Vette can do on the drag strip.
Chevy Corvette Hybrid – The First AWD Vette in History
While Ford launched the GT supercar with an outrageous-for-a-Ford price tag, extreme rules for purchase, and very limited availability, GM was busy putting together the new mid-engined C8 Corvette. As a car that has become known as an affordable exotic with the performance credentials to match its appearance, it was only missing one thing: electrification. That’s about to change, however, as Chevy has just confirmed that the Vette Hybrid is on the way, and while that’ll be a first for the Vette nameplate, there’s an even more important first coming with it.
Battle Of The Legends: Old-School L88 Vette Holds Its Own Against A Modern Day Demon
The 427 L88 Vette was a legend back in the day and its continues to be a highly desired motor by collectors and enthusiasts alike. You had to pay a premium for them back then, and to this day, values for these highly sought-after cars remain really strong.
Fast forward to today and the modern-day Demon has the ingredients to make it a legend as well. In this duel, featured on CarsandZebras, we’ll see the two cars go head to head at the drag strip in a series of 1/4 mile shootouts.
Look Who’s Back!! The County Sheriff Wants A Piece Of The C7 Corvette Z06
The Jefferson County Sheriff is back with the trusty old Explorer, this time taking on the mental C7 Z06. Granted it’s not the latest C8 Z06, but, the previous iteration is no slouch either. Now, this isn’t the first time that we’ve seen the Jefferson County Police Cruiser at the Bandimere Speedway in Morrison, Colorado.
Wheels has previously featured it in a bunch of videos taking on cars like the Nissan R35 GT-R, the Tesla Model Y, a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500,, and a Chevy Camaro ZL1. Heck, it even went up against a Quad bike.
What’s Better Than One V-8? Well, Two V-8s, Of Course!
This Drag Race Between a 1974 Chevrolet Corvette And a 1976 Pontiac Firebird Formula Will Make You Sad About 1970s American Motoring
We can all agree that muscle cars are one of the best things America has given to the world. However, it all went downhill after 1971 thanks to the fuel crisis. Carmakers were forced to de-tune their previously exciting vehicles, spawning a variety of fast-looking cars with a lackluster performance at best. Despite making next to no power, you could still drag race the cars, which is why Cars and Zebras has provided us with this drag race between a 1974 Corvette 350 and a 1976 Pontiac Firebird Formula.
Old-School L88 ’Vette Smokes Modern Camaro SS To Shreds
Now, who doesn’t like an old-school vs modern face-off? This time around, we’re digging into the archives of Cars and Zebras and we found this duel between a ’69 Vette with the legendary L88 going up against a more recent Chevy Camaro from 2013. Both cars took part in the FAST or Factory Appearing Stock Tire Drag Racing class, the rules for which you can check out here.
Stock Chevy Specials: ’69 Camaro ZL1 Drags ’69 L88 C3 Vette
A Father In A C7 Z06 ’Vette Takes On His Son In A R35 Nissan GT-R
It’s always nice to hear about a father-son duo showing up at the drag strip with a nice custom build. This ’66 Chevelle is a prime case in point, but when you bring two cars out, well, you can go head-to-head.
I had no idea this GT-R vs Z06 duel was a father-son pairing, to begin with, until I looked at the comments section of this video that wheel put out. Now, once again, I can’t confirm the specs, so let’s look at the baseline numbers and you can work your way from there.
Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing vs C8 Corvette: How Often Do You See A Tie In A Drag Race – Nope, Not Winning By The Nose Either!
The good people at ‘Edmunds’ have another U-drag race for us. This time, it’s the Chevy C8 Corvette going up against the Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing. It is generally easy to predict which car’s going to win depending on what kind of race they are taking part in; whether roll or standing drag races. But, in this interesting format, the cars go through drag and roll tests in one shot, and even the braking and handling aspects come into play. Makes it exciting, doesn’t it?
Old-School Pure Stock Drag Race: ’69 Vette L88 Unleashes Its Fury Against The ’68 Super Bee
Pure Stock drag races are fun. As the name suggests you have some pretty tight rules in order to qualify for this class. But I’m sure that it’s the most honest way to find out about the out-of-the-box performance of these old-school muscle cars. This duel between a 69 Vette and the 68 Coronet Super Bee sure does seem to fit the bill rather well. Let’s look at the baseline figures of both these cars.
Chevrolets Go To War: The Camaro ZL1 Takes On The Z06 Vette
In a recent video by Wheels, we saw two top-of-the-line Chevy performance cars go head-to-head. Both cars offer a lot of poke under the hood straight out of the box. Throw in a few performance mods and you sure can turn up the heat, even more as you’ll witness in the video.
Callaway Celebrates Its 35th Anniversary With A Special Appearance Package For The Chevy C8 Corvette
Callaway started by offering aftermarket turbocharger systems for BMW, Volkswagen, Porsche, Audi, and Mercedes-Benz cars. Its first product was launched in 1977 and was a C1 VW turbo kit. It continued with building a racing engine for IndyCar specification and after that, a turbocharged kit for Alfa Romeo’s 2.5-liter GTV-6 coupé.
It was this last project that caught the attention of Dave McLellan - Chief Engineer of the Corvette - and it was in 1987 when Callaway offered its first twin-turbo Corvette under the Regular Production Option (RPO) B2K program. Now, 35 years later, Callaway celebrates the program’s anniversary with the launch of a special appearance package for the 2022 Corvette Z51.
Watch This 10-second Trackhawk Blow Muscle Cars To Dust
More SUVs are now hitting the track than ever before, and I’m not surprised. They are, after all, the most popular body style, currently on the market. But, these aren’t just any SUVs, they’re the high-performance kind.
In a recent video by the Drag Racing and Car Stuff Channel, you can watch a Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, take on some pretty serious muscle cars. Now, as before, I don’t have the exact numbers folks, so I’m gonna run with the baseline figures here.
SOLD! Chevy Corvette Z06 VIN001 Fetches $3.7-Million At Barrett-Jackson Auction!
Barrett-Jackson had a super Saturday as it auctioned 10 cars with a seven-digit price figure. The showstopper here was the first production model of the 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 that fetched $3.7 million! All the proceeds from this sale will go to Operation Homefront, an NGO that helps military veterans and their families build strong and secure lives.
An Interesting Take On What The Next-Generation C9 Chevrolet Corvette Would Look Like
The Chevrolet Corvette C8 finally fulfilled the vision of a mid-engine Corvette. With the C8 Z06 on the way, it’s only natural to wonder what a C9 Corvette would look like. The C8 is often compared to a Ferrari 458 because of its mid-engine layout and overall aesthetics, but a digital artist that goes by the Instagram alias, ugur_sahin_design has taken that to another level. His design has been featured in a YouTube video by REC Anything and reveals an interesting, yet not very American take on a C9 Corvette.
2023 Chevrolet Corvette 70th Anniversary Edition Is Now Official
The 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 70th Anniversary Edition Was Leaked Before Its Launch
First Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06 Will Probably Sell For Millions
As is the usual case with new Corvette models, Chevrolet will auction the first production Corvette Z06, with all the proceeds going to charity. Of course, the event will take place at the Barrett-Jackson’s auction in Scottsdale, Arizona on January 29th, 2022.
Whomever will win the auction though, will not be able to drive the Z06 home, as the car has not been built yet! He or she will have to wait until the summer of 2022 when the car will actually go into production.
Would You Buy This Split-Window C2 Corvette Racer for $3.5 Million?
Every now and then the auction houses give you the chance to own a piece of history. Of course, for the right amount of money! This is exactly the case with this split-window C2 Corvette offered by Mecum. The car is listed as the house’s "Main Attraction" and it is expected to be sold for $3,000,000-$3,500,000!
This Chevrolet C4 Corvette Is a Weird Swedish Mashup Between American and JDM
When it comes to Japanese cars, modifications are as common as ketchup on a hot dog. Pretty much anything that you can do to a car has been done, so standing out may be a challenge. That said, a guy named Jim Bjork has decided to think outside the box and has modified a very American C4 Corvette in a very JDM way. What came of it is one of the most unique-looking vehicles, you have ever seen.
Drag Race: C8 Corvette vs Mustang Mach-E GT Performance
Edmunds has been staging some pretty cool drag races at Willow Springs off late. They recently pit the Mustang Mach-E Performance against the Tesla Model Y and the Shelby GT500. In yet another Gas vs Electric showdown, the Mach-E takes on a proper mid-engined supercar in the form of the C8 Chevy Corvette.
This 1960 Chevrolet Corvette Has Been Restored In a Very Rare Color
Classic Corvettes are, undeniably, a desirable piece of American automotive history. The C1 Corvette, in particular, is where it all started and while early examples left a lot to be desired, especially in the performance department, later C1 examples, like this fully restored, 1960 example are truly remarkable. Moreover, this one is finished in the rare Cascade Green and recently changed hands, for a pretty penny.
What a Mid-Engine C8 Corvette Rival From Ford Needs To Have In Order To Stand a Chance
The Ford vs Chevy rivalry is one of the oldest and biggest in automotive history. The two American carmakers have been going at it, across the lineup for decades. We have the Mustang vs Camaro, F-Series vs Silverado, and Bronco vs Trailblazer, but before all of those there was the Thunderbird vs C1 Corvette. And guess what, the Thunderbird wiped the floor with the Corvette, in the 1950s, outselling it 23 to 1.
This Mashup Between A Porsche 911 and C3 Corvette Might Give you Nightmares
The creation you see here comes courtesy of Yasid Design, and goes by the name Porsche Concept Zero Two. It isn’t officially endorsed by either Chevy nor Porsche, but is more of an independent design study that blends together cues of a “classic” 911 and the C3 Chevy Corvette. There are a total of three renderings, and while it does have a cool, cyberpunk-ish feel too it, is it too much to blend a Porsche 911 and C3 Corvette into one oddly strange package?