Upcoming Corvette Z06 Sounds Mean as Hell Around the Nurburgring

We’ve heard it through official audio teasers and leaked specs. More recently, the 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 was photographed making its camouflaged way around the Nürburgring, a standard stop on any performance car’s testing tour. Now, there’s video.

Spotted by ‘Ring regular Automotive Mike on YouTube, the higher-performing ‘Vette can be seen positively howling around Germany’s most famous racetrack. As expected, the C8 Z06 makes a higher-pitched noise more reminiscent of a European exotic than your typical American V8. It wails while the regular C8 bellows.

Even on mute, though, the next Z06 is set to be quite the aggressive-looking thing, with a wider body, much bigger intakes in the front, and an unapologetic rear spoiler that one of our editors pointed out is shaped a lot like a unibrow (have fun unseeing that). 

The flat-plane Corvette will be officially revealed later this fall and go on sale next year as a 2023 model. The aforementioned spec leak also alleges a displacement of 5.5 liters, 625 horsepower, and a sky-high redline of 9,000 rpm. A mid-engined, 625-hp Corvette that revs to 9k?

With the electric era is close, and, because gasoline is a finite resource, there’s an expiration date for cars like this. But between this next Z06 and that new Nissan Z, I feel like the future of the fast car, at least in the short term, is still mighty bright. 





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