The 2015 Corvette Zo6 is a tire shredding, exotic-slaying monster on the track and the street, but it’s had a few issues out of the gate. Some owners have reported serious engine issues and one journalist experienced complete engine failure during a test. To prevent damage, Chevrolet is telling owners to change their…
This week, we heard that the Mustang GT350R can go around the Nurburgring in 7:32.19. Today we heard that the Corvette Z06 can do the 'Ring in 6:59.13. Both times, these reports have come from a site called Horsepower Kings and both times we were skeptical. Here's the issue: Chevrolet says the time is "not accurate"…
I guess Chevy won't need a better advertisement for the Corvette Z06 than Mr. Denim Shirt himself getting pulled over in the canyons.
The 2015 Corvette Z06 is supposed to be batshit nutballs insane on the track. But thanks to emissions regulations that force a conservative ECU tune, the 650 horsepower insane machine is experiencing some issues after heavy use.
We all knew the 650 horsepower 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 would be fast. That's the whole point. Now we know it's gonna be stupid fast: the zero to 60 mph dash is done in 2.95 seconds, and it will run a 10.95 second quarter mile. Stupid fast, I say!
Testing the 650 horsepower 2015 Corvette Z06 at the Nürburgring serves two important purposes. It shows what the car can do on one of the world's most difficult tracks, and it gives those snooty Europeans a taste of the storm that's coming their way.
Let's say you find $80,000 hidden in the abdomen of a horse carcass you find in your apartment. What are you going to do with that money? Buy a house and 3/4 acre of land in Shitsylvania, or are you going to do the smart thing and buy a 650 HP 2015 Corvette Z06 for $78,995? I think we both know how this ends.
The latest Dodge (née SRT) Viper is one of the most visceral and memorable performance cars I have ever driven. It's loud, angry, unbelievably fast, and completely worthy of the Viper name. There's just one big problem: not a lot of people are buying it. And now I wonder if the 2015 Corvette Z06 is about to finish it…
Remember when we said that GM didn't have exact power figures on the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06? The guesstimates were around 625 horsepower and 635 pound-feet of twist. Nope. This leaked SAE dyno chart shows the supercharged V8 putting out 650 horsepower and 650 pound feet of torque. 'Murica!
Not that anyone was worried that the new Corvette Z06 was going to sound bad, but in case you were, I have good news for you! The Z06 sounds like a growling, angry, bear looking to pick a fight with Porsche, Ferrari, and McLaren.
You know how it is. You gotta go the Walmart, pick up some lettuce and Duck Dynasty-branded control top pantyhose, and then oh hello, there's a 2015 Corvette Z06 prototype just hanging out in front of God and everybody like it's no big deal.
The 2015 Corvette Z06 produces the most downforce of not only any car ever produced by General Motors, but by any car ever tested by General Motors. These are the little areas where the General has made amazing leaps and gains.
Not many people saw the new 2015 Corvette Z06 — a car that looks like it could be classified as a weapon of mass destruction in certain countries — and thought "Maybe it's not hardcore enough." It turns out some people did, and they work at Chevrolet.