[VIDEO] Chevrolet Confirms the 2023 Corvette Z06 to Be Revealed This Fall

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[VIDEO] Chevrolet Confirms 2023 Corvette Z06 to Be Revealed This Fall


Chevrolet surprised us this morning with some fantastic news regarding the C8 Corvette Z06.

The latest iteration of America’s Favorite Sports Car will be revealed this fall as the 2023 Corvette Z06!

A video was shared to YouTube allowing us to hear the exhaust note from what we expect to be the 5.5-liter flat-plane crank V8! A new logo for the Z06 was also shared to social media.

The video shares engine sounds from development Z06s driving on track and on streets and confirms it will be revealed this Fall. The message from the video says “The Street Will Never Sound the Same” as we have the opportunity to hear the high-revving naturally-aspirated V8 that is rumored to have a nearly 9,000 RPM redline.

Two years ago this week, Chevrolet introduced a revolutionary twist in the Corvette story: the first-ever mid-engine Corvette Stingray. This fall, the story will continue with the reveal of the all-new 2023 Corvette Z06, the supercar that will put the world on notice.


Source:
Chevrolet

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11 COMMENTS

  1. Yikes. Something tells me that this car will be very hard to get. At least for the first 2 years. Gonna to me interesting to see how well this car plays out against the horde of electric cars and the political pressure against internal combustion engines.

  2. Good news all around. Robert, in lieu of getting into politics, all I have to say is that if people want to go get an electric, then that is what they will go get, despite the relative lack of infrastructure. Last time I checked, EVs are not being forced on anybody, and I am pretty sure that GM would not pull the trigger on this without the intent to at build & sell a sizeable lot of Z06’s.

  3. What they haven’t done so far is build a sizable amount of anything. To think they are going to is not logical.

  4. Brian L, they will be forced on us! It hasn’t happened yet, but it will happen soon enough. Politicians want to control everyone and everything! Freedom will be a thing of the past in the future.

  5. There are a ton of people who are clamoring to get a ZO6. The stingray is already extremely quick on the road and you can barely use the potential of the car. What are street drivers going to do with an extra 150hp? It’ll be great for the local police department revenue lol

  6. @ Robert: in my neighbourhood, the politicians have set a 2035 date for new cars to be EV. Hence 14 years of lee-way, SO hell yea i’m buying C8 Z06. My Last Z06 (Naturally aspirated as I like Them) was a C6.

    @ Ken: The fun of driving a trackcar is from 0 to slightly above speed limit and back down even faster. Third, pulling 1.25 G cornering on sticky semi slicks. Never got a ticket during my entire ownership

    @ Ronnie: my educated guess is the sticker $ difference will be the same as the former generation. Chevy is renowned for taking years of engineering performance value per$

    Final thoughts, my biggest concern is gross weight. hope lots of pannels in carbonfiber, light rims, seats, few speakers. Hopefully tire contact patch will be off the charts with Michelin SOFT Cup R.

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