Chevrolet She was using a Ferrari 458 Italia in some road tests for her next monster – Corvette C8 Z06. The sportier version of the iconic American two-seat sedan (Courtesy of Future ZR1Already in development and we know its aspirations are very high, so the manufacturer set its sights on the aforementioned wild horse. We don’t know if it’s going to be faster, but we do know sound It is just the same as we can see in Video Who heads these lines.
Our colleagues from C & D USA I managed to collect some of GM’s maneuvers made north and south respectively from GM’s A test facility in Milford, Michigan (United States). It wouldn’t be ideal to just read this article, but to wear headphones and enjoy the melody that emanates from the four exhaust ports, coming from V8 engine in central arrangement That will remain in the atmosphere, but with a series of major changes to exceed 600 hp.
Everything indicates that we are faced with an eight-cylinder block with a design Flat crankshaft The cubic capacity of 5.5 liters, Able to rotate to at least 9,000 revolutions per minute. It is estimated that this fan will develop About 620 hp, It is driven by an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox that will send all the power to the rear axle. With this, it is expected that Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06 It will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in about 2.7 seconds and its top speed will exceed 330 km / h.
In the video we’re referring to, you can see a large-scale camouflaged sample testing it Output control system Repeatedly. In fact, it sounds very similar to a Ferrari V8. Each time the Z06 turns on, the rev selector kicks off, followed by a quick shriek of tires, accompanied by this high-pitched fine-tuning as the Corvette blows at full speed. Ago camouflage It appears, it is still too early to discover its aesthetic keys.
This sports version is expected to see the light later this year, with the first units landing at dealerships in Los Angeles First half of 2022. Their prices will be around $ 85,000 and who knows, maybe we’ll see that Europe.
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