Chevrolet C8 Corvette ZR1 is an Awesome sports car made by Chevy, Love by American and well-loved by the entire world, According to the latest news from various source like Autos Magazine, Autos Site, Chevy Working the new Chevrolet C8 Corvette ZR1 edition that will be called as 2021 Chevrolet C8 Corvette ZR1, So Let see how the new Chevrolet C8 Corvette ZR1 looks like.
2021 Chevrolet C8 Corvette ZR1 Preview
The 2021 Chevrolet C8 Corvette ZR1 is a high-performance version of the eighth-generation Corvette. Likely to debut toward the end of 2020, the Corvette ZR1 should become the range-topping version of the C8 Corvette lineup and sit above the upcoming Corvette Z06. For 2021 Model Year, Chevy will give this Chevrolet C8 Corvette ZR1 more control device on dashboard, also a few changes on the exterior area.
The Exterior of The 2021 Chevrolet C8 Corvette ZR1
Speaking about the exterior of this car, The next C8 ZR1 will be a much more aggressive version of the standard Corvette. The C8 Stingray is already a sporty mid-engined car, so the logical question here is what Chevy can do to enhance that look? Well, the answer lies in the outgoing Corvette ZR1 and a rendering of the upcoming supercar.
The front fascia will feature a new bumper with revised air intakes in the center and on the sides. Look for bigger flics in the side vents and a redesigned center intake that deflects the air in order to improve aerodynamics. An even bigger splitter will finish off the lower bumper. Likely made from carbon-fiber as standard, the splitter will extend toward the corners of the bumper and then “crawl” on the front fenders to form race-inspired canards.
Chevy might opt to keep that feature for a more aggressive look. Like seen in the rendering from X-Tomi Design, there’s plenty of room for the same black element with cooling vents toward the nose. Granted, the bulge is a bit too high in the rendering, and it might hinder the driver’s view, so I think Chevy will opt for a lower cover.
The 2021 ZR1’s interior will be virtually identical to the C8 Corvette, so look for the same layout and similar technology. However, Chevy will add a few exclusive features and some optional technology as standard. You should already know that the C8 Corvette features a sportier interior.
It has a tall center console that’s slightly angled toward the driver’s seat, as is the big infotainment display placed at the top. The lower center console is rather clean and includes just the gearshift lever and the mode selector, plus a storage compartment with a stylish lid.
The dashboard is flatter than before and looks fitting for a high-profile supercar. It has thin, horizontal A/C vents and clean design on the passenger side. The standard steering wheel is already very aggressive with both the top and the bottom flat. Not so many improvements you can do here.
Behind the wheel, a 12-inch digital instrument cluster displays all sorts of vita information. The dashboard extends into the door panels to form a cool and modern wraparound design and every surface on these areas, including the seats, feature high-quality materials, and contrast stitching.
Sadly, there no official detail about 2021 C8 ZR1 engine options, but for the new 2021 Corvette ZR1, Chevy might take the turbocharging route. For a couple of reason. First up, turbocharged engines are more fuel-efficient. Granted, you can’t expect economy-car fuel efficiency in a supercar, but a twin-turbo V-8 would fare better than a supercharged V-8. Second, Chevy already has an engine option for the ZR1 in the 4.2-liter V-8 that Cadillac dropped in the CT6 V-Sport.
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How Much $ You Need to get one?
Chevy has confirmed that the C8 Corvette will have a starting price below $60,000, the ZR1 might not be that expensive. With the base model likely fetching just $3,000 more than its predecessor, the ZR1, now priced from $123,000, could cost around $130,000 in C8 specs. Granted, it won’t be very affordable, but it will cost notably less than the competition. For reference, the Ford GT comes in at a whopping $450,000, while the Ferrari F8 Tributo retails from around $300,000.