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Chevrolet Corvette Z06x Track Car Concept

By luanpa in | November 4, 2010 | (2) Comments

Chevrolet unveiled Corvette Z06x Track Car Concept at 2010 SEMA motor show. Z06X track car was created by Chevrolet teamed with American LeMans Series Pratt and Miller. It is a production of Corvette can be easily transformed into an exceptional, full-on track ride.

The Corvette Z06x Track Car Concept starts as a Corvette Z06 with the 1LZ package, the Z07 Performance Package and the CFZ Carbon Fiber Package. Sounds like a perfect showroom selection from your local Chevy dealer. It goes a few steps further than that dealership darling however.

Corvette Z06x Track Car gets some full competition mods including an adjustable carbon fiber rear wing, a polycarbonate rear window, roll cage, racing seat and safety harness, racing wheels, suspension tweaks that include coil-over struts with fully adjustable camber plates, a racing-spec cooling system and more. It does lose a few things in the process, however, like the radio, carpeting and sound-deadening material.

Corvette Z06x Track Car is equiped with a LS7 7.0L V-8 engine, which powers to the ground via a 6-speed manual gearbox, plus the 2011 Chevrolet Corvette Z06X Track Car received a custom air intake system, a high capacity radiator and cooling system, adjustable stabilizer bars and also and adjustable coilover suspension.

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2 responses to "Chevrolet Corvette Z06x Track Car Concept"

  1. Lachesis says:

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