Sorry, Folks. Moose should have told you at the gate. Mr. “Bad Z06″ took down the video. He was brave enough to drive 199 mph on a public road with traffic, but not brave enough to face the music from the internet. We’ve replaced the embedded video with the screen shot.
Watch this guy with more money than brains take his 2015 Corvette Z06 with the 8-Speed Auto onto a public highway and hit 199 mph.
Visit CorvetteVideos.TV for the best selection of hand-picked Corvette videos.
If you need a good reason to buy a Corvette Stingray or Z06 before the end of the 2015 model year, keep reading because I am going to give you 40,000 reasons why you should buy a 2015 Corvette over the upcoming 2016 model.
Earlier this month, General Motors announced a roll back to the powertrain warranty on all Chevrolet vehicles including the Corvette Stingray and Z06 to 60,000 miles from the 100,000 miles currently offered on 2015 models.
One of the great things you can do as a Corvette owner is to support the factory Corvette C7.Rs by going to one of the TUDOR United Sports Car races held around the Country. And Chevrolet makes it real easy to go by sponsoring a Corvette Corral at select races where owners can safely park their cars, listen to seminars from Doug Fehan, Harlan Charles and Ron Fellows as well as enjoy the camaraderie that we share with other Corvette owners.
Arriving this weekend at the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, we were amazed to see a record number of attendees who parked their cars in the Corvette Corral. From C1s to C7 Z06s, there was a little something for everyone parked under the bright Florida sun.
Hennessey Performance Engineering recently decided to find out how much the 2015 Z06 convertible’s engine loses between crank horsepower and rear wheel horsepower.
According to their dyno figures, the Z06, with the standard 7-speed transmission, produced 570 RWHP, down 12.4 percent from the crank figure of 650 HP. No word on the decline in torque, but based on other tests, we’d figure that number is virtually identical to the RWHP, in other words, 570 ft-lbs.
The 2014 Corvette Stingray Premiere Edition was offered as a special way to kick off the newest generation of Chevy sports car.
If being the owner of one of just 500 Premiere Edition Coupes isn’t special enough for you, you have a chance to bump up your exclusivity a notch with this “one-of-a-kind” P.E. being offered now on eBay.
Each week, Criswell Chevrolet’s Mike Furman delivers new Corvette Stingrays and Z06s to his customers who come from all parts of the country to work with the nation’s top Corvette seller.
In this week’s dispatch, Mike blows us away with his largest picture post ever featuring new 2015 Corvette Stingrays and Z06s going to their new owners – and these are just those within the last five days! Here’s the recap from Mike showing a few of his customers and their brand new Corvettes.
Last week during an appearance on Autoline After Hours, Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter brought a base Corvette Z06 Convertible into the studio to share while the show was taped. We already talked about Juechter’s denial of a Mid-engine Corvette Zora ZR1 that may or may not be in the works, but the majority of the conversation was centered on the new 2015 Z06.
During the talk, Tadge told the host John McElroy and guests that the Corvette Z06 is currently tracking at 40% of all Corvette orders.
Chevrolet issued another recall notice in February pertaining to the 2014 Corvette Stingray. The recall affects certain Corvette Stingrays that may have been built with an out-of-position “anti-siphon” grid within the fuel fill pipe. That grid may move over time and become located from slightly deeper in the fuel fill pipe to totally dislodged from the pipe and move to the bottom of the fuel tank.
Dealers are instructed to replace the fuel tank fill pipe and if necessary, inspect the fuel tank for the dislodged anti-siphon grid.