iroc-z89 Erster Beitrag: 2. Juli 2005 Letzter Beitrag: 7. Januar 2007 You shot me down and wouldn't believe me last time I said it, now here is the prototype....... $100,000 Corvette The Blue Devil http://www.autoweek.com/news.cms?newsId=102690 This years Z06 http://www.autoweek.com/article.cms?articleId=101520 Oh and as far as the horsepower keep in mind every Chevy Performance Car has been underrated since 1967. And 76hp per liter is pathetic, cam and heads should put it around 960hp/na. Chevrolet says it is planning a return to the rear-wheel-drive sedan market and possibly the coupe segment as well. It abandoned the performance coupe niche in 2002 with the phase-out of the Camaro, and the rear-drive sedan segment in 1996, when the Caprice sedan was terminated. A fall announcement of Chevy's intentions to restore the Corvette's rear-drive companions is forthcoming, says general manager Ed Peper. Chevrolet dealers have been urging the division to bring back a competitive sports coupe for the sold-out 2005-model Ford Mustang and the coming Pontiac Solstice. Jim Campbell, Chevrolet car marketing manager, told Automotive News (June 27) that without a Mustang-battling rear-wheel drive coupe, "I wake up every day knowing that I am spotting Ford 150,000 to 200,000 units a year." In the Corvette arena, Chevrolet also confirmed that on June 15 it sent its dealers allocation letters for the Z06 edition coming this fall. The Z06 will carry a 7.0-liter, 505-horsepower V-8 engine and price from $65,800. Only 4,000 to 5,000 Z06 models will be built in its first full year, and allocations will be authorized only for medium or high-volume Corvette dealers. The Z06 will zip from zero to 60 mph in 3.7 second, according to Campbell. Now please Discuss: They are aiming faster than most ferraris. Give it four-five years. oh and the camaro or something else to fight the satng is coming if you didn't get it from the quote.