2018 Chevrolet Corvette
Why Buy a 2018 Chevrolet Corvette?
There are really only two reasons to buy a 2018 Corvette: fulfilling your need for speed and owning a car with looks to match that kind of performance. With 455 horsepower and 460 torque, the Corvette goes 0 to 60 in 3.7 seconds and viciously hugs the turns. All that speed would be squandered if it had poor handling and braking. But have no fear: the 2018 Corvette is responsive to the touch at the wheel and underfoot, steering and stopping with catlike agility.
The 2018 Chevrolet Corvette looks nothing like its age. It has a svelte yet commanding presence on the road that’ll turn heads almost as fast as it turns corners. The Corvette’s low grille, narrow headlights, and side vents all scream power. All 2018 Corvettes can put the top down, with a conventional convertible or a coupe with a removable carbon-fiber roof. A lucky 650 buyers can own the limited-run Corvette Carbon 65, with a new carbon-fiber rear spoiler and quarter ducts and Ceramic Matrix Gray exterior paint.
Is the Corvette a Muscle Car?
If you define muscle car as a small car with a large, powerful engine, then yes! The Corvette has an 6.2-liter, eight-cylinder engine that supplies all the power you might need. And we don’t mean to say that the Corvette is by any means small for its class. It’s longer and wider than most two-seaters, lending it that imposing presence.
Which is the Fastest Corvette?
Without a doubt, the fastest Corvette is the upcoming 2019 Corvette ZR1 with top speeds of over 210 miles per hour. That’s more speed than you’ll likely ever (legally) need. You just have to wait until next spring for that model to start hitting dealerships. Coming in just below the ZR1 is the Z06, which can easily do 200 miles per hour. If you can’t wait until 2019, and we can’t blame you, the Z06 will in no way feel like settling.
What is the 2018 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1?
Critics are hailing the 2018 Corvette ZR1, a premium trim of the popular model, as the best ‘Vette ever. What makes it so good? How about 750 horsepower? Or some serious hardware, like an adjustable spoiler wide enough to do some ironing on? The ZR1 hasn’t yet officially debuted so what we know is still rumor, but we do know it’ll be fast, it’ll be powerful, and, if leaked video is to be believed, it’ll be loud.