1995 Chevrolet Corvette Overview


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My 95' Corvette by Bridget
 — I love everything about my car! Although the one thing I would have to say I dont like is the color. Its a great color but just not my favorite. The interior is pretty great, tan leather interior but ... Read More
Best And Most Fun Car I Have Ever Owned! by Vettefan
 — I have always wanted a corvette. I chose a 1995 because 1) I love the look of the C4, 2) The C4 corvette made improvements throughout its run from 1984-1996 with the best versions being the 1995 and ... Read More
Awesome, And Worth The 50-year Wait. by ccrvtt
 — I like the lines of the C4 and the total immersion you feel when you climb inside. It's a car that you wear and it transmits the driving experience through every tactile receptor. As Bill Mitchell s... Read More

1995 Chevrolet Corvette Overview

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1995 Chevrolet Corvette

The 1995 Chevrolet Corvette featured many changes, but is best remembered as the last year of the ZR-1. The ZR-1 was much-loved by its drivers and collectors, but the powerful car seemed to have priced itself out of the market; the only true difference between the ZR-1 and LT-1 was a more powerful engine. By this time, the LT-1s had grown so powerful and efficient that they were fast on the heels of the ZR-1s.

The base engine for 1995 was a 5.7-liter, 350-ci LT-1 V8, still rated at 300 horsepower, while the ZR-1 had an LT-5 engine rated at 405 horsepower. Changes for 1995 included strong brakes with larger front rotors and improved gas-charged shock absorbers.

The 1995 Corvette was selected to be the pace car for the Indy 500.


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