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First Look: The 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Limited Edition

The 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Limited Edition was unveiled yesterday to an enthusiastic crowd at the Corvette Corral at the 12 Hours of Sebring. On Saturday, the car was moved from the tent to outside where the sunlight really shows off the Supersonic Blue.

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Members of GM’s Corvette team were at the 12 Hours of Sebring on Friday, March 19, 2010 to unveil the new 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Limited Edition. This new Corvette for 2011 features the Z07 package which includes the Corvette ZR1′s Brembo carbon ceramic brakes, front splitter, 19/20″ black wheels with Michelin PS2s, rear ZR1-style spoiler plus a custom suede interior.

We also learned some other new features for the 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon not covered in the press release: A new tuned exhaust system, custom VIN and the ability to choose between different steering settings.

UPDATE:
New VIDEO Walk Around the 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Limited Edition
[PICS] First Look: The 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Limited Edition


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Introducing the 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Limited Edition
Chevy to Unveil Mystery Corvette Z06 at Sebring’s Corvette Corral

 

[VIDEO] Corvette Loses it on the Freeway

by Keith Cornett on March 18, 2010

Notice the dealer plates on the car?? Heck of a save, but there is a reason for traction control and not hooning a 436-horsepower rear wheel drive sports car in the rain!


Source:
Streetfire.net

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[FAIL] Corvette Driver Wrecks After Intentional Acceleration
[VIDEO] Corvette Test Drive Ends Badly, Driver Mocked on TV

 

The Big Guns: Porsche 911 GT2 and Corvette ZR1 Face Off

by Keith Cornett on March 16, 2010

The Big Guns: Porsche 911 GT2 and Corvette ZR1 Face off

Long time readers of CorvetteBlogger know that I don’t many comparo stories. Although not perfect, the Corvette has proven to be MY favorite car time and time again and I don’t need to get into a dick measuring contest to prove it. But as we get close to Sebring, I started thinking about the fight between Porsche and Corvette and how all that racing technology transfers to street cars. I guess the folks at Porsche’s Excellence Magazine had the same thoughts and decided to find out what happens when you pit the ultimate street versions against each other.

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Corvette Links for March 14, 2010

by Keith Cornett on March 14, 2010

 

The 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Limited Edition

As we gear up for the 12 hours of Sebring, we’ve been hearing a lot from the folks at Corvette Racing about the benefits that racing brings to the production Corvettes. Chevy brings this prominent theme of track-to-street technology transfer a full circle with the announcement of a special Z06 that is born from the lessons learned in racing. Meet the 2011 Corvette Z06 Carbon Limited Edition.

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This poor guy was trying to save his C4 Corvette from a flooded barn. In the process of “yahooing the Corvette through the lake” he hydro-locked the engine. Comments from the camera lady range from “You got sooo close” to “Mike, are those your work shoes?”


Source:
Tampa Sports Car Examiner

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[VIDEO] This Corvette Is NOT a Highly Maneuverable Ship

 

GM Seeks Global Designs for C7 Corvette

by Keith Cornett on March 9, 2010

GM Seeks Global Designs for C7 Corvette

Automotive News reported that 10 GM studios across the globe have submitted designs for the next generation Corvette. GM’s VP of Global Design Ed Welburn says of the designs submitted, some “were absolutely phenomenal”. Welburn suggests the global initiative is part of an effort by GM to create a C7 that appeals to both buyers in Europe, where Corvette sales has gotten little traction, and to a younger US buyers, who tend to favor imports.

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[VIDEO] Corvette Tour Delivery Options

by Keith Cornett on March 8, 2010

Thousands of people each year come to the Chevrolet Corvette Plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky & the nearby Corvette National Museum to get an inside look at the great American sports car.

Corvette owners can actually watch their vehicle in the process of being built and document its progress as it moves along the line. In many cases, the new owner can actually be the very first person to start it up!

Corvettes = Pride. From the company to the assembly workers to the owners taking delivery. This is where quality starts.


Source:
Chevrolet’s YouTube Channel

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[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Launches 2010 Season Video Series
[VIDEO] Corvette Engine Building Video Shows Owner/Builder Interaction

 

Kevin Mackay's Drivable 1967 Corvette Chassis

Is beauty skin deep or is it what’s inside that counts? K. Scott Teeters plays Corvette Oddball with renowned Corvette restorer Kevin Mackay of Corvette Repair. In addition to his award-winning classic Corvette restorations, Mackay has a fleet of special display cars including a drivable 1967 Corvette chassis.

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