I thought the 2016 fuel mileage rating thing would kill performance cars... maybe not.,

cylinder shut down will help.


Chevy remove your bras so we can see the car!

Brian
 
Riley you read my mind. I have been thinking the same thing as of late. It is incredible how history repeats itself. Boys get your toys now or see them gone at least a decade.
 
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Could it be the return of round rear lights, or is it just the bra that's round?

Performance will stay -- but will be from smaller, forced induction engines rather than larger displacement mills. (IMHO).

C.
 
That Z07 looks pretty aggressive......just the "boots" alone give it a wider/lower stance than the StingRay....can't wait to see the engine options. I would prefer they go naturally aspirated......stock superchargers seem to run their course too quickly...anyone remember the 1987 Lebaron Turbo?
 
Yes to Colin's statement. Crazy performance coming out of electric engines very soon too. I see this as the beginning, and bought my C6 to own a piece of history when I am older. I don't plan to ever get rid of it!
 
Could it be the return of round rear lights, or is it just the bra that's round?

Performance will stay -- but will be from smaller, forced induction engines rather than larger displacement mills. (IMHO).

C.

They used that camouflage for the regular C7 too so I wouldn't expect round tail lamps anytime soon.
 
Could it be the return of round rear lights, or is it just the bra that's round?

The tails will be the same... the camo on the C7 was also the same. My guess is the car will be the same other than wider fender flares (for the wider tires) and maybe a more aggressive lower front.

The downside of the Z07 is that speculation is there might not be a ZR1 coming (or it will come VERY late in the life cycle) and that the Z07 will be north of $100,000. Add some options and it might be very expensive. Still a relative value based on performance but no longer a car available to many.
 
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