The Corvette Stingray 2014 is the most powerful production model of all time. The new V-8 engine 6.2L LT1 stands for advanced technological solutions, such as direct injection, the active fuel management system (Active Fuel Management), the continuously variable valve timing, for a combustion system to edge, allowing you to deliver more power-of 450 horsepower (335 kW) and 610 NM of torque. It also the most powerful production model ever, able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in less than four seconds and road holding in bends that support lateral acceleration greater than 1g. The all-new Corvette Stingray has interiors with real carbon fiber and aluminum, leather hand-finished, two options for the seats – each featuring a lightweight magnesium that provides exceptional support – and two eight-inch screens configurable for the trip computer and infotainment functions.
Advanced technologies for handling, including the Drive Mode Selector to five positions that fit 12 parameters depending on the environmental conditions and driving style, and a new seven-speed manual transmission with Active Rev Matching system, which anticipates the selection of gear synchronizing engine rpm for grafting always perfect.Lightweight materials such as carbon fiber bonnet and removable roof and bumpers, doors and rear panels of composite material. The under-body panels made of composite material to nano-carbon and the new aluminum frame contribute to shift the mass towards the rear, for a balance of optimum weights (50/50) that allows to reach a weight / power ratio of the first order.The well-sculpted body, distinguished by the high brightness LED lights, has aerodynamics of racing car with a low coefficient of drag for optimal aerodynamic efficiency, and other elements that improve stability and road-holding.The Z51 Performance Package includes the electronic self-locking differential, the dry sump lubrication system, the cooling system integral brake, differential and transmission, and a specific aerodynamic package to further improve the stability at high speeds.