2019 Corvette C7 ZR1 Spotted in the Wild And it Looks Mean!

As of this point in time, we have been managing to get a pretty good amount of ...

As of this point in time, we have been managing to get a pretty good amount of information about what’s coming to the streets with the 2019 C7 ZR1. If you’re a little bit more curious about where you can find out more about it, maybe this article will help you out a little bit. However, even though we have the statistics down and might’ve even seen the untamed beast sitting on a turntable at an auto show or two on the internet, not too many people have been having all that much luck with spotting this beast in the wild, roaring around its natural habitat where you will eventually find it in the streets within the coming year or so.


Now, while this probably isn’t a customer car, but rather one of the last test vehicles that’s been rolling around the streets just to make any last-second adjustments and really get some mileage on these things, it’s still pretty need to see exactly what this car is going to look like when you walk out of your office to find it in the parking lot, just waiting for you to get behind the wheel and pound that throttle to make all of those supercharged ponies underneath of the hood scream at the top of their lungs! It’s a different look at the car, for sure!

If you follow along with the video below, you get a quick little walk around the latest in Corvette power. There’s just something about seeing his car in the wild that might strike a nerve with you so after getting the chance to be a party to the walkaround, be sure to tell us what you think of this car as it hangs out in the parking lot looking all sorts of menacing and ready to roll.

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