So you have read everything about the new 2019 ZR1, but did you know all these fun facts?
The starting price of the ZR1 will be $119,995, with the convertible version starting at $123,995.
For the first time in ZR1 history, you have the choice of a manual or automatic transmission.
For the second time you can get a drop top ZR1. Can you name the first drop top ZR1?
The new engine was named LT5 to honor the 1990 ZR1.
To keep it Cool, the ZR1 now has 13 radiators. Can you name where they are and what they do?
It can be very loud and uses the active exhaust of the CTS-V, which actively tunes the sound level.
The 2.65-liter blower on the ZR1 moves 52% more air than the Z06, is 3? taller and takes about 110hp to drive.
The ZR1’s throttle body is 95mm in diameter and is capable of sucking in 1,450 cubic feet of air per minute.
The ZR1’s Z07 front carbon-ceramic rotor is manufactured with a special heat treatment in order to improve its resistance to the higher thermal load and to increase the heat dissipation.
“Z” trivia: We know Zora liked to use the “Z” on performance versions of the cars (Z06, ZR1), but can you name the engine baring the “Z”? Extra points, in what cars was it used?
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