Fast Lane typically uploads high-quality reviews or snapshots of pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles. But on this occasion the children gave us a perfect example of Betteridge’s headline on this point. The answer to the headline that ends with a question mark is “no.”
Roman Mica and Andre Smirnov believe the sound is similar to the Acura NSX, which has a twin-turbo V6 at the redline at 7,500 rpm.The V6 in the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is 7,250 rpm, but does not match the loud power of the Corvette prototype. mysterious
For reference sake, compare this lure with the Z06 prototype featured in the other videos attached to the end of this article. The six-cylinder argument clearly doesn̵7;t hold water, and GM is unlikely to bring the Ford EcoBoost to us by transforming the Corvette’s fan base with the V6.
Idle, highs, even pulsed firing, and the way the Powerplant produces rounds under acceleration makes the LT6’s 5.5-liter flat-plane crankshaft derived from the GM-proven 5.5-liter LT5, the C8 racer. The R endurance is limited to approximately 500 horsepower and 480 lb-ft (651 Nm). In accordance with IMSA rules, racing motors are clearly obscured by engines manufactured in the series.
The last time we heard anything about the Z06’s quirky engine was in April 2021, when Wheels Magazine’s Angus MacKenzie estimated the output at 617 hp.For reference, the Shelby GT350’s V8 flat crankshaft pulls the ball. 526 suckable horses
In the future, General Motors is believed to be improving the variants with an E-Ray (small block V8 hybrid), ZR1 (FPC V8 twin turbo) and Zora (FPC V8 twin turbo hybrid). It will produce 1,000 horsepower, which is enough if you remember GM pulled 755 horsepower from the seventh generation Corvette ZR1 small-block V8.