2017-11-14 (4 Days Old)Total Views: 16 | Last 7 Days: 2
As promised, the new 2019 Corvette ZR1 is the fastest and most powerful in the nameplate's 64-year history. But this is a ZR1 that has been built as much for having fun in the corners without coming unstuck as it has been designed for impromptu and (highly illegal) perfectly straight-line drag races between sets of traffic lights.
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