2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Chevy officials promise that the ZR1 will hit a top speed of 212 miles per hour, and with 105 more horses

2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray welcome to our website carsauthority.com a website that discusses various types of car models that are popular in the world, we really expect our website to be your choice in speaking automotive world, I hope you enjoy our review. When Chevrolet teased us with the tag line, "Strength and speed, as you've never seen before," we knew that the next Corvette ZR1 model would be something special. At the Los Angeles Auto Show we saw how special: massive power, lumps of aero and just for a good measure, a convertible version as well.

Based on the seventh generation of the Corvette, it is only the fourth generation ZR1; and it has a number of innovations that will help to make the more powerful corvette never better production. General Motors is not releasing all of its performance stats just yet, but we know some yummy tidbits. namely: 755 PS and 715 pound meter of torque in a package that weighs 3,650 pounds.

2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray


Chevy officials promise that the ZR1 will hit a top speed of 212 miles per hour, and with 105 more horses and 65 pounds-feet more torque, it's not unreasonable to suspect that it will be faster to 60 mph than 2.95 seconds, GM official time For the Corvette Z06. (For additional perspective, 715 is about two-thirds more horsepower than the 455 in the base stingray).

Chevy will also offer a ZR1 convertible. Usually cutting off the top of a supercar requires additional support for the chassis. However, the aluminium chassis of the ZR1 is strong enough that no structural changes were necessary in the convertible. Instead, the drop-top's 60 pounds due to the folding top hardware. Chevy expects the convertible to have almost the same top speed as the coupe.

Of course, the ZR1 is not just a case of cranking the boost on the Z06 6.2-liter V8. On the contrary, the drive has been extensively overhauled by its air and fuel supply systems on through its exhaust system, with the aim of creating more power up and down the speed range. Although "conservative spec'd", Corvette chief engineer Tadge Juechter says, "After you drive this car for a while, a Z06 feels really sluggish, as it barely made its own way." He just sounds like he's half joking when he says that US mounted journos.

Not only significant upgrades required in respiratory capacity major changes to the ZR1 front-end, aero changes were performed through the bodywork, right down to the rear end. You hear a lot of this word in this story: "Required." As it turns out, when building an envelope-pushing supercar, solving a problem often creates a different technical challenge to overcome.

As you can see from these pictures, the ZR1 resulting body is incredibly aggressive, from a completely unique front clip with significantly larger air intakes and front splitter (which includes a Corvette's first underwing) to a massive, High-set rear film This is part of an option package.

2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Interior

The interior welcomes you into a truly driver-focused oasis with standard leather seating surfaces with available suede microfiber inserts and unique ZR1 interior badging. Another step: The 3ZR trim level complements heated and ventilated Napa leather seats, a leather steering wheel with carbon fiber rim ; the performance data recorder ; Bose ® Premium audio and much more.

2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Exterior

According to Tom Peters, director of exterior design for GM, customers have been clamoring for a new orange color option, so for the buyers, Chevy has developed the decidedly unsubtle Sebring Orange design package shown here. It contains orange Tintcoat color, as well as matching brake calipers and accents on the rockers and splinters. Inside, orange seatbelts play carrot-colored seams, and there are unusual bronze finish aluminum interior accents as well.

Most of the other options range Corvette; including the sport seats of competition, and audio Bose Chevy's trick of the recorder of performance data, are also available. After years of downmarket interiors equipped with uncomfortable seats and cheap plastics, the C7 generation took great strides to make life with a Corvette on a daily basis not only easier but more fun.

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One of the biggest challenges for the ZR1 was the development of an improved cooling system for the 2.65-liter Eaton Loader, which is 52 percent larger than the Z06. That, in turn, required sourcing a 95-millimeter throttle body-GM could just not find a big enough anywhere to produce a large enough throttle to keep from choking the engine, so it had to design its own.

Case in point: Chevrolet learned the hard way with this car Z06 forebearer that too much cooling is just enough. Embarrassingly, the company suffered a small but statistically significant number of heatsoak/overheating issues reported by Z06 owners on circuits, a development that forced the company to make some changes for the 2017 Model year.

2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

This should not be a problem with this new ZR1. It has no less than 13 heat exchangers, including a few extra radiators on each side of the nose. This important addition along with the larger supercharger changed the weight distribution on the car, so Chevy compensated by extending the front wheels by half an inch for better grip. That, along with the need for more fresh air and a higher hood to clear the supercharger, required that the ZR1 would get quite new front body-no Z06 bits would fit.

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Let's go back to aerodynamics for a moment, because if you're like me, you can't stop staring at this wing. It is actually part of an optional $2,995 ZTK performance package that includes a unique front splitter with high carbon fiber end caps, as well as special chassis and magnetic driving control calibrations and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 summer rubber.


The wing itself was developed with Corvette Motorsport partner Pratt & Miller, and its attack angle can be adjusted manually up to five degrees. These high rung bolts directly to the chassis for maximum effect, and the wing itself can deliver upwards of 950 pounds of downforce at the speed, but it actually creates less drag than the "Wicker Bill" fencing on the Z06 wing. The upright are actually so big that Juechter says the rear wing deletes the rear window so you can still see back, and cargo space avoids taking the hit that an active wing mechanism might be necessary.
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