What is the quickest Corvette ever built?

What is the quickest Corvette ever built?

This will be the quickest “standard” Corvette ever built, with a 0 to 60-mph time estimated at less than 4.0 seconds. 2014 “LT-1” 6.2L V-8 VVT DI (LT1) Direct Injection Fuel System for Chevrolet Corvette

How much horsepower does the 2014 Corvette Stingray have?

While it displaces the same 6.2 liters as the previous base Corvette’s LS3, the LT1 is lighter, more powerful, and more fuel efficient. Rated at 455 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque, the 2014 Corvette Stingray is about 5 percent more potent than the last car–but it’s lighter, too.

What kind of engine does a 2014 Corvette have?

The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray The conspiracy theorists have been silenced, the next Corvette, scheduled to go on sale in the latter half of next year, continues to be powered by a 6.2-liter V-8 engine.

How comfortable are the new GT seats in the corvette?

Even during longer driving sessions, the Corvette’s new GT seats are comfortable and supportive, despite the low-slung nature of the cabin. Leg and head room are good even for those over six feet tall, and, as with the last Corvette, there’s plenty of room for a weekend’s travel in the rear hatch area.

Who bought the first 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray?

January 19, 2013: Chevrolet sold the first retail VIN #001 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. The car was purchased by Rick Hendrick, at a winning bid price of $1,050,000.00 dollars.

How powerful is the C7 Corvette’s engine?

Chevrolet today confirmed that the displacement of the C7 Corvette’s engine remains the same as before, though power and fuel economy have both been improved. The 6.2-liter will deliver 450 bhp and 450 lb.-ft. of torque – Chevy says the latter figure is “comparable” to the LS7 engine presently found in the Corvette Z06.

How does the Chevrolet LT1 compare to the C6 Corvette?

Exact economy figures have yet to be released, but Chevrolet promises the new LT1 engine will exceed the 26-mpg highway average of the current C6 Corvette. Emissions have also been reduced, by as much as 25-percent during cold starts. For you trivia buffs out there, the first small-block V-8 debuted in the Corvette in 1955.