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800 Horsepower Audi RS6 Avant Battles a 950 Horsepower, 1967 Camaro Pikes Peak

800 Horsepower Audi RS6 Avant Battles a 950 Horsepower, 1967 Camaro Pikes Peak

Can a mildly modified Audi RS6 Avant take on a fully-blown Pikes Peak American classic? Find out, below

Hoonigan are back with another crazy drag race on their YouTube channel. This time, it’s two completely different cars from two completely different eras. It’s old school versus new school and American versus European, as a mildly modified Audi RS6 Avant take on a purpose-built, 1967 Pikes Peak Chevrolet Camaro.

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Chevrolet Corvette Z06 GT3.R Race Car

Chevrolet Corvette Z06 GT3.R Race Car

Chevrolet is replacing the C8.R race car with a new Z06 GT3.R and will make it available to the public from 2024

Most of the speculations prior to the launch of the C8 Corvette Z06 were based on the C8.R race car, especially about the 5.5-liter V-8. The leaks sure helped, but it the C8.R race car was used as a benchmark. Now, the automaker has decided to replace the C8.R with the Corvette Z06 GT3.R. What makes this even special is that you will be able to purchase it. We’ve seen automakers like Porsche and BMW do this, but not Chevy.

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Everything You Need to Know about the C8 Corvette Z06's Optional Z07 Package

Everything You Need to Know about the C8 Corvette Z06’s Optional Z07 Package

The Z07 Package takes the driving dynamics of the already impressive Z06 to the next level!

Chevy finally launched the fifth-gen 2023 Corvette Z06 on 10.26.2021; two years after the C8 Corvette came out. The Z06 is a huge improvement over the standard model in general, but the automaker offers another package that takes this up the notch even more – the Z07 Package. Chevy let out details about the Z07 Package at the Z06’s launch and it is quite impressive. Here’s a rundown of what to expect from it:

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Secrets of the C8 Corvette Z06's Outrageous 5.5-Liter V-8 Engine

Secrets of the C8 Corvette Z06’s Outrageous 5.5-Liter V-8 Engine

Here’s everything you need to know about the new Z06’s Beating Heart

After what seemed like an eternity, Chevy finally unveiled the highly anticipated 2023 C8 Corvette Z06 amid much fanfare yesterday. The biggest highlight of the event? Its beating heart, of course, is the all-new 5.5 Liter LT6 V-8 engine. Let’s dig a little deeper to find out what makes it tick.

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The C8 Z06 Is Finally Out, Here is How It Compares To The Stingray

The C8 Z06 Is Finally Out, Here is How It Compares To The Stingray

Will the added premium be worth it? Read on to find out

Okay, so the 2023 Corvette Z06 is finally here, but how does it stack up against the standard model. Well, let’s find out

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The 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06 Is Better Because it Doesn't Have Forced Induction

The 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06 Is Better Because it Doesn’t Have Forced Induction

The much-anticipated 2023 Corvette Z06 is here with a new naturally aspirated LT6 V-8 engine, 670 horses, and an 8,600-rpm redline!

The C8 Corvette came out a couple of years back and we have been waiting for the new Z06 ever since. The time is finally here. The company has hyped it enough to keep us on our toes and it seems to be worth the wait. The 2023 Z06 comes with a new LT6 5.5-liter, flat-plane crank naturally aspirated V-8 engine that puts out 670 horses; 175 horses more than the standard C8. The engine redlines at 8,600 rpm and will be mated to an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox.

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Mark Your Calendars: 2023 Corvette Z06 Debuts October 26 And You Can Watch The Live Stream Here

Mark Your Calendars: 2023 Corvette Z06 Debuts October 26 And You Can Watch The Live Stream Here

The 2023 Corvette Z06 is all set to debut on 10.26.2021 at 12 p.m. ET and you can watch the live stream right here

The talks of the new Corvette Z06 started within a few days after the standard C8 was launched. The car was spotted testing in the past as well. After making us wait for a couple of years, the company decided to announce in August this year that the Z06 is coming soon. The countdown had then begun, and we are now around 24 hours away from its official debut at the time of writing this article.

The 2023 Corvette Z06 will be launched on 10.26.2021 at 1200 ET, and this is where you can watch the live stream:

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2023 Chevy Corvette Z06: Topless Thrills Up to 8,600 RPM?

2023 Chevy Corvette Z06: Topless Thrills Up to 8,600 RPM?

Listen to the C8 Corvette teasing us with its flat-plane V-8 that revs up to 8,600 RPM, right before its official debut

At this point, there’s hardly anyone who doesn’t know about the C8 Corvette. The first production, mid-engine Corvette finally came to us in 2019 and quickly became the world’s hottest sports car. Moreover, that was only the base version, and now, we finally get a glimpse at the first high-performance version – the Z06. More importantly, we heard the engine, which sounded like no other Corvette that was ever made.

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2022 Chevrolet Silverado ZR2 All Set To Make Its Racing Debut

2022 Chevrolet Silverado ZR2 All Set To Make Its Racing Debut

Chevrolet has announced that the new Silverado ZR2 will make its racing debut at the ‘Best In The Desert King Shocks Laughlin Desert Classic’ race

Chevy introduced the Silverado ZR2 recently as its flagship off-road truck. Now, the company is putting money where its mouth is by having it compete in the upcoming ‘Best In The Desert King Shocks Laughlin Desert Classic’ race. It might be the truck’s official racing debut, but the prototypes have been taking part in such competitions since 2019. Nevertheless, it’ll be interesting to see how the Silverado ZR2 performs at the event.

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Supercar Blondie's Ares Design S1 Is An Even More Unique Version Of An Already Unique Car

Supercar Blondie’s Ares Design S1 Is An Even More Unique Version Of An Already Unique Car

The C8 Corvette-based Ares Design S1 is indeed unique, but Supercar Blondie is taking it a step further

Supercar Blondie is showing us yet another incredible car – the Ares Design S1. We’ve known about the Italian boutique manufacturer for a while and some of their other projects include the Ares Panther and a two-door conversion for the Bentley Mulsanne. As for the Ares Design S1, clients will be able to get their cars next year, and Supercar Blondie will be the first one to get hers. However, as unique as the S1 is, she has planned something that will make hers one of a kind.

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2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV

2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV

The 2022 Bolt EV is smarter, comes with refreshed interior, and receives a price cut of over $5,000!

With growing competition in the so-called affordable EV segment, Chevy had to make sure its offering, the Bolt, didn’t fade away into oblivion. For the 2022 model year, Chevy has refreshed the Bolt EV and simultaneously introduced an SUV-esque version of it called the Bolt EUV. The Chevy Bolt has been around for quite some time and can be credited with being one of the first mainstream automakers to have a solid EV offering. However, with a growing number of rivals, Chevy had to somehow make the Bolt look like a bang-for-the-buck product and not lose plot to the likes of Tesla.

While the range and the power outputs remain the same, the 2022 Bolt comes with refreshed interior and exterior, more standard kit, and a lower starting price. It definitely looks like a much better package overall.

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2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8.R

2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8.R

The latest evolution of the race-going breed

Corvette Racing, the oldest continuous program in top-level sports car racing of the modern era, unveiled its next chapter back in October when GM unexpectedly took the wraps off the C8.R, the GTE-spec race car based on the eighth-generation Corvette. It comes with a menacing body kit, a huge wing hanging over the back, and a flat-plane crank, 500 horsepower, 5.5-liter V-8 in the middle. A pair will race in the IMSA Weathertech SportsCar Championship and at Le Mans next year, so keep your eyes and ears peeled.

It was back in 1999 at the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona that a factory-backed racing Corvette first took to the track in an official practice session for a race. After decades of racing in privateer hands, barring some semi-factory-backed efforts that were ultimately canned due to GM’s ban on motorsport-related activities, the Corvette finally competed with backing from Detroit. 21 years later, Corvette Racing is still taking on the world’s best on America’s road courses and beyond and its latest weapon is unarguably the craziest yet.

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2021 Chevrolet Suburban

2021 Chevrolet Suburban

The 2021 Chevy Suburban is a big surprise in more ways than one!

Christmas has come early in 2019 with the surprise release of an All-New Chevy Suburban. In this case we mean, there’s actually a lot of all-new. Interested in more legroom, the Suburban has you covered with an extra 2.3 inches in the second row (now 42 inches) and 2.2 inches in the third row (now 36.7 inches). Cargo room is even up by an impressive 23 cubic-feet with all the seats laid down. All this extra space comes courtesy of the Suburban’s new, 134.1-inch wheelbase, an increase of 4.1 inches (overall length only increased by 1.3 inches.)

It’s more than just space that makes the 2021 Chevy Suburban special, though. When fully optioned, the cabin can be fitted with a total of five display screens:

Two rear seat display screens A 15-inch Head-Up display 8-inch digital instrument cluster 10-inch diagonal infotainment display

Under the skin, you’ll find that Chevy’s 5.3-liter and 6.2-liter V-8s carry over. For 2021 the 5.3-liter is good for 355 horsepower while the 6.2 comes correct with 420 horsepower, the latter is only standard on the High Country trim. More important than this is the all-new 3.0-liter, Duramax, inline-six. GM says it will be available on all trim levels with exceptions of the Z71 and that it delivers 277 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. It’s supposed to offer superior fuel economy and it’s a step up for Chevy as no other full-size SUV that it competes with actually offers this diesel engine. Fuel economy has yet to be released.

For now, pricing is a mystery, but the 2021 Chevy Suburban and the 2021 Chevy Tahoe are expected to go on sale in Mid-2020.

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2021 Chevrolet Tahoe

2021 Chevrolet Tahoe

The Chevy Tahoe just went through a major update for 2021

Chevy has finally revitalized is full-size SUV lineup by updating the 2021 Chevy Suburban and Chevy Tahoe. With the update comes a new exterior look that’s bolder and more muscular than before, and a new interior with crazy amounts of new technology. What is arguably more important than any of this, though, are the changes that happen under the skin. Chevy made an all-new chassis, and with it comes a revised adaptive air suspension and a longer rear multi-link suspension that will drastically improve ride quality and handling abilities. On top of this, the 5.3-liter and 6.2-liter V-8s carry over, offering 355 horsepower and 420 horsepower, respectively. A new Duramax, 3.0-liter, inline-six joins the mix as well, and it offers up 277 horsepower, 460 pound-feet of torque and what Chevy believes fuel economy ratings that will meet or exceed the best in the segment. Towing figures or official fuel economy figures have yet to be released.

On the inside, the biggest change comes in the passenger and cargo room departments. Since Chevy managed to stretch the Tahoe’s wheelbase by 4.9 inches to 120.9 inches total, the Tahoe now offers 42 inches of second row legroom (a 3-inch increase) and 34.9 inches of third row legroom (an impressive increase of 10.1 inches.) Cargo room was also increased by 10.2 cu-ft to 25.5 cu-ft with all the seats in place and 28.2 cu-ft to 122.9 cu-ft with all the seats laid down. On top of that, if you select the right trim an options, you can have up to five display screens:

A standard 10-inch infotainment display Optional 8-inch digital instrument cluster 15-inch Head-up display Two 12.6-inch rear seat displays for second row passengers

Overall, Chevy has made major improvements to its full-size SUVS, and pricing has yet to be announced but don’t expect prices to increase too much. The usual trim levels will carry over, including the Z71 and High Country, among others, and you’ll be able to get your hands on the all-new Tahoe when it launches in Mid-2020.

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Chevrolet's Open-Top 2020 Corvette C8 Weighs 77 Pounds More Than The Coupe

Chevrolet’s Open-Top 2020 Corvette C8 Weighs 77 Pounds More Than The Coupe

You’re looking at the first-ever Corvette fitted with a removable hardtop

Unlike its coupe sibling, the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible didn’t get to revel in the hype that usually precedes an important launch. It’s not that the open-top 2020 Corvette C8 isn’t important - in fact, it’s the first Vette fitted with a hardtop - but its reveal was announced back when Chevy was still busy introducing the fixed roof C8 to the world.

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2020 Chevy C8 Corvette Convertible Gallery

2020 Chevy C8 Corvette Convertible Gallery

It’s a looker and Chevy did it right!

The 2020 Chevy C8 Corvette Convertible has arrived with a hardtop roof, an increase of 80 pounds or so in weight, and some other significant changes. Highlights include a new rear hatch that doesn’t facilitate viewing of the V-8 hidden behind the rear seats and, now, the rear trunk has its own dedicated cover as opposed to being integrated with the rear hatch as we see on the coupe - this was necessary for the hardtop to be stored when retracted. This might seem a little strange, but it does offer one big benefit: The Chevy C8 Corvette Convertible has the same amount of rear trunk storage as the coupe!

Power output of 495 horsepower with the performance exhaust has remained the same, and Chevy claims the Corvette Convertible can hit 60 mph in around 3 seconds, just a hair slower than the Coupe.

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The 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette Stingray Is Faster Than the C7, But How Much Faster?

The 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette Stingray Is Faster Than the C7, But How Much Faster?

Does it compare to the competition, though?

Two details were missing from the media whirlwind that is the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8: its price tag and top speed. We already dedicated a separate article to the price tag topic, so it’s now time to look at the 2020 Corvette C8’s top speed. According to Chevrolet’s own PR talk, the new Corvette can do 194 mph, which is roughly 313 km/h.

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$59,995 Corvette C8 Price Shows It Is the Best Bargain Mid-Engine Sports Car We Ever Had

$59,995 Corvette C8 Price Shows It Is the Best Bargain Mid-Engine Sports Car We Ever Had

GM delivered on a promise - the 2020 Corvette Stingray 1LT price is $59,995

With a base price of $58,900 ($59,995 with destination fee), the new mid-engine Corvette C8 proves that GM delivered on its sub-$60k promise. I cannot think of another car that could come close to the performance of the Corvette C8 for less than $60k. I remind you that it can reach 60 mph in just over 3 seconds and reach a top speed of 194 mph. The only car that can come close to it in terms of performance is the Caterham Seven 480 that can accelerate to 60 mph in about the same time as a base Corvette C8, but for $51,000.

Yet, I am not sure that all of you would agree that the Caterham Seven is a regular car. Anything else in this price bracket - including the 335-horsepower Supra, 405-horsepower M2, or 300-horsepower 718 Cayman - is too slow in terms of performance. As we reported earlier, for $59,995, you get a base 2020 Corvette C8 1LT, that comes with eight-way powered, leather-covered seats, Brembo brakes, a 12-inch instrument cluster, and an 8-inch central display. GM also offers the C8 Corvette Stingray in 2LT and 3LT guises for $67,295 and $71,945, respectively.

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Chevy Just Ruined the Trailblazer Name Too

Chevy Just Ruined the Trailblazer Name Too

It’s the same name, sure, but it’s not from the same SUV family tree

The Chevrolet Trailblazer is back in American soil, or at least the name “Trailblazer” is back. What was once a mid-size SUV with certain off-road chops is now a stylized crossover that looks more at home in America’s suburbs than in the actual outdoors. The “new” Trailblazer looks like a downsized version of the Blazer SUV, right down to the Camaro-inspired styling. It’ll go on sale in early 2020 as a 2021 model and will slot between Chevy’s entry-level Trax crossover and the slightly bigger — and longer — Equinox SUV. So, it’s not the Trailblazer we used to know, which begs the question: why did Chevrolet bring the nameplate back in the first place?

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2019 - 2020 Chevrolet Camaro

2019 - 2020 Chevrolet Camaro

Chevy’s Mustang fighter gets a few nips and tucks

Chevy’s resident muscle car and Mustang fighter went under the scalpel for the 2019 model to bring it up to speed in the looks and technology department. As part of this mid-cycle update, Chevy also added in the 1LE package for the Camaro Turbo to make it more track ready while updating various components of other trim levels to help keep them fresh while still standing out in the crowd. There are no power updates as part of this update, but with the new tech and new looks, the Camaro should be able to hold its own against the Mustang and the Challenger for a few more years.

Update 05/03/2019: Chevy has decided to update the 2020 Camaro SS with cues borrowed from the Camaro Shock Concept that was showcased at the 2018 SEMA show due to the overwhelmingly positive feedback. Check out the updates in our review below!

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