Introduced in 2009, the ZR1 Corvette was GM's most potent powerhouse to date at the time. Given insane street manners paired stunning good looks, the ZR1 Corvette can break hearts on the street and track and look good doing it. Corvette Mike is offering the perfect opportunity to take home this rare-colored 2011 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 with shockingly low miles.
The body of this ZR1 is in perfect condition and is slathered in Semisonic Blue, a new color offered for 2011, the body of this car couldn't be any better. Sitting on all four corners are a set of ZR-1 chrome aluminum wheels, and the headlamps are finished in a contrasting black metallic. This car hasn't even been broken in yet with just a mere 838 miles on the clock.
Powering this beast is an LS9 6.2-liter V8 engine topped with a roots-style four-lobe rotor supercharger and equipped with a 10.5-quart dry sump oil lubricating system. Altogether, this combination puts out a staggering 638-horsepower. In fact, Shifting is provided by a sturdy 6-speed manual transmission that utilizes a twin-disc clutch. Big Brembo brakes clamp down on vented and drilled rotors equipped with carbon fiber-reinforced ceramic silicon carbide units to bring all that power to a halt with ease. The ZR1 sits on an aluminum chassis like its Z06 brethren, but the ZR1 features specially tuned Selective Magnetic Ride Control. The ZR1 goes from 0 to 60 in just 3.4 seconds and was given a top speed of 205 mph.
Peek inside to an immaculate ebony and titanium interior. This particular ZR1 is equipped with the 3ZR Premium Equipment Group which includes a custom leather-wrapped interior, a Bose Premium 7-speaker audio system, power telescoping steering column, heated seats, memory package, a universal home remote, sport seats that feature 6-way power adjustment, luggage shade, and a cargo net. For even more convenience, this American powerhouse features navigation and Bluetooth connectivity.
If this is the 2009 Chevy Corvette ZR1 of your dreams, contact Corvette Mike today. This particular example was pulled out a private collection and is in showroom condition. The car is listed at $79,900, but feel free to make an offer here.
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