[PICS] Fresh Off the Truck…New 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition

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[PICS] Fresh off the truck...New 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition


When you’re the “World’s Largest Corvette Dealer”, you get to play with the toys first.

Just arrived at Kerbeck Corvette in Atlantic City is this new 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition and we’re happy to share these photos of the namesake Corvette Racing Yellow sports car straight off the transport from Bowling Green.

The new special edition Corvette was announced back in April at the NCM Bash and since then, interest in the package has been very strong to the point that we’ve heard all 500 units planned for the US have been snapped up. Now that may mean that all dealers who had allocation have ordered the car and may not necessary have buyers for them yet. But now that the first cars are showing up at the volume dealers, it’s going to be a scramble for any of those that are not yet spoken for.

[PICS] Fresh off the truck...New 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition



[PICS] Fresh off the truck...New 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition



[PICS] Fresh off the truck...New 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition


The Corvette Z06 C7.R Special Editions all come with the Z07 Performance Package with stage 3 carbon fiber aero and the 3LT Equipment Group. Customers can decide between a Coupe or Convertible and then the other two major choices involve picking either Corvette Racing Yellow or Black and your choice of transmission.

[PICS] Fresh off the truck...New 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition


This Z06 C7.R Edition that arrived at Kerbeck is a Corvette Racing Yellow Coupe with the 8-speed automatic transmission. All the cars will feature with black aluminum wheels with the yellow accent lines and Jake centercaps, yellow Brembo calipers and the cool graphics package including Jake & Corvette Racing. Although it’s not shown in these photos, C7.R Editions come with a unique car cover branded with the factory Corvette Racing C7.R is also included.

[PICS] Fresh off the truck...New 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition


MSRP for the Corvette Z06 C.7 Editions start at $111,400 for the Coupe version.

The very first C7.R Edition with VIN 001 was sold for charity at Barrett-Jackson’s Las Vegas sale earlier this month. The car hammered for $500,000 with proceeds going to the College of Creative Studies, a four-year fine arts and design school based in Detroit.

[PICS] Fresh off the truck...New 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition


Chevrolet is actually producing 650 of these special editions which we think pays homage to the supercharged LT4’s 650 horsepower and 650 lb/ft of torque. Of those, 500 will stay in the USA and the other 150 will be exported to various destinations.

We are pretty sure this Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition already has a new home, but to check on availability or if you are interested in ordering your own 2016 Corvette Stingray or Z06 or viewing their inventory, visit the World’s Largest Corvette Dealer online at www.Kerbeck.com or call Dave Salvatore at 877-537-2325.


Source:
Kerbeck Corvette

Related:
[VIDEO] First VIN Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition Sells for $500,000 at Barrett-Jackson
[PICS] The 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition Convertible in Black Breaks Cover
Preliminary 2016 Corvette Pricing Released – Z06 C7.R Edition’s MSRP is $111,400

 

6 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Alec

    We checked but it wasn’t available yet. GM will ship cars and then the window stickers will be added at the dealership. Kerbeck posted the photos straight off the truck and didn’t have the window sticker yet for the car.

    Keith

  2. I use almost the same Question as asked in this potion of the registration! “IF you have to ask you probably can not afford this”, after owning several Corvette’s and still own a C6 Z51 which “I purchased New and had Delivered to my Home with the Certificate of Origin”, I STILL have to ask what this C7R cost! I have visited several Chevrolet Dealerships which appear to make their OWN WINDOW STICKER PRICE, all different and ALL above and beyond what GM is asking for this amazing Corvette! Makes me question the GREED involved in selling these Beautiful, Incredible Automobiles! This Vette is so far beyond what anyone could have ever dreamed after my first Corvette in 1965! Nobody could ever imagine how far these Awesome cars have advanced to the Ultimate Driving Machine, a true Race Car built for street driving! In my day this car would have eaten alive MOST SS Class, Trailer Queens and by far beat anything used as a daily Driver! In a quarter mile race again the above average daily driver would LOSE by at least an eighth of a mile (or MORE)!

  3. The Greed involved? What I think you meant to say was, the commission that the Salesman,who breaks his back week in and week out to inflate a check to something respectable, is trying to earn. Like the article says, there were 500 units produced for the USA. As with any product, supply and demand is going to be the real determining factor in the selling price, as the MSRP on these vehicles is nothing more than a useless number on a piece of paper. I am a Salesman for a large Chevy/Cadillac dealership on the east coast, and I can tell you that I worked my ass off throughout my sale of a C7.r, and feel as though I earned every penny that I charged over the MSRP. At the end of the day, we are all selling these beautiful vehicles in hopes that some day, we will be the ones signing on the dotted line. Cheers.

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