Tag: Chevrolet Corvette

Don’t Want To Wait For The New ZR1? Hennessey Will Tune The Corvette C8 To 1200 HP

The latest rumors suggest the next Corvette ZR1 will be a hybrid with 900 hp (671 kW / 912 PS), but fans looking for even more performance can opt for Hennessey’s version of the mid-engine sports car. According to the Texas-based tuner, they’re planning to offer an insane performance package for the Corvette C8 that […]

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Forget The Turkey And Check Out The Cars We’re Thankful For This Year

It’s Thanksgiving in the United States, and many of our readers are probably gathered around friends and family reminiscing about what they’re thankful for this year. We’re doing the same, so we’ll be taking a short break today to stuff our faces with turkey, though we still have some stories planned for the rest of […]

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Next Corvette ZR1 Rumored To Be A Twin-Turbo Hybrid With 900 HP

The 2020 Corvette C8 hasn’t even gone into production yet, but new details are starting to emerge about the next-generation ZR1. Citing a “senior official at GM,” Motor Trend is reporting the upcoming model will be the most powerful and extreme Corvette ever created. The ZR1 is known for huge horsepower ratings and the outgoing […]

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Official: 2020 C8 Corvette Production Pushed Back To February Due To UAW Strike

The market launch of the 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette has been officially delayed, with GM officially admitting that production won’t start until February 2020. Speaking to CarScoops, Chevrolet spokesman Christopher Bonelli confirmed the delay that is a result of the six-week UAW strike at GM plants. “Due to the work stoppage, we have had to […]

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Road & Track’s 2020 Performance Car Of The Year Had A VERY Surprising Winner

As the year draws to an end, all shorts of “car of the year” competitions start to pop up. Many of them come from publications, and one of the most interesting is the one conducted by Road & Track. To crown their 2020 Performance Car of the Year, the editors brought 11 contenders to California’s […]

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