Only seventeen Callaway Supernatural CR-1s were made, and that’s largely because it’s based on the already expensive Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 of the early 1990s. Where the stock LT5 DOHC V8 produced a good-for-the-time 375 horsepower, Callaway bumped that up to a claimed 490 horses without the aid of turbochargers.…
Some genius human being in Washington has crafted an excellent sleeper truck out of a 1998 Chevrolet LT and the same 6.2-liter supercharged LS9 V8 found in a Chevy Corvette ZR1. This rig looks like a normal Hard Like A Rock-era Tahoe, except it’s much, much more.
The 755-horsepower 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is great for the dyno. It has a monstrous factory power rating, but losses in the drivetrain mean that number isn’t what ultimately goes to the wheels. The dyno helps find out how big that power loss is, but it can also make a person lose control of their limb.
The 808 horsepower Dodge Challenger Demon is basically good for one thing: ripping insanely quick quarter mile times. As this drag battle with Chevy’s new Corvette ZR1 shows, sometimes there is more to victory than what is on a spec sheet.
The Texas Mile isn’t for people who like calm weekend drives. It’s an event where cars can run flat out for four times the length of a quarter mile, where a 2006 Ford GT went nearly 294 mph once, and where the 200-mph club is an honor. This 2019 Corvette ZR1 apparently hit 190.1 mph there over the weekend.
I might get some flak for this but I truly believe the 4th generation Corvette is the best generation. Sure it had barely 200-horsepower out of a wheezing V8 when it debuted in 1984 but it also had pop-up head lights, saw blade wheels and looked like a shovel with t-tops.
Or maybe it’s not! Who am I to say?
We saw some cool stuff at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. A turbocharged Mazda6. The new Corvette ZR1. The brand-new Volvo XC40. All in all, it was a pretty decent show. You should go, if you’re in town.
The new 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is out, with a six figure price tag and a 755 horsepower supercharged V8. That engine has quite the tone to it, and it’s a little difficult to describe. At least it is for me. Maybe you’ll have an easier time.
I’m not even sure where to begin here. We’ve reached the limits of hyperbole. We’ve reached the limits of sense. The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 can be yours for $119,995, which is a lot for a Corvette, but this thing has an obscene amount of performance. If you need more, behold the Corvette ZR1 Convertible, a 755…
The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1—Chevy’s latest contender in the battle for performance supremacy—is finally here after months of teases and leaks. From the most recent leak, we already had a pretty good idea what this car would be: basically a Z06 with a huge wing and 750 horsepower thanks to a larger throttle body,…
I’m not sure if this “leak” was meant to happen or not, but the cover for the December 2017 issue of Car and Driver is making the rounds on the internet, and with it comes our first official look at the new Corvette ZR1. And the power rating. It’s 750 horsepower now. So, uh, a lot. Update: More details on the car…
The wind hushed through the trees. It was quiet—peaceful, even. But not for long.
The last Holden Commodore ever, like everything else from Australia, is seemingly out to kill you.
Spy photos and videos suggest that some new Chevrolet Corvette, perhaps the 2018 C7 Corvette ZR1, has a massive rear wing that you could practically eat dinner on. We’ve shared a video of what appears to be this same pack of test mules before, but this one gives a real close-up of the three.
It looks mean, it looks nasty and we’ve been waiting for it: this camouflaged Corvette prototype with a massive stinkin’ wing just could be the new C7 Corvette ZR1.
There’s a maybe-supercharged V8 explosion coming from the southern shores of wonder, a ZR1-familiar LS9 stuck nose-up into the front of a Holden Commodore, which is Australian for “Chevrolet SS.” It’s the big boom time now, maybe, baby.
Autoblog captured some spy photos of a Corvette prototype (that may be the Corvette ZR1, the blog points out) tugging along a laughable massive wing on the trunk. This is basically what it looks like.
The haters wanna hate, hate, hate on the fourth-generation Chevrolet Corvette, but I think it's actually a pretty interesting machine, and one that successfully moved a legendary nameplate into the modern era. And of all C4 Corvettes, none stand above the mighty Corvette ZR-1.