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1995 Chevrolet Corvette Trims


Avg. Price: $15,425


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Avg. Price: $51,571

The ZR-1 Corvette was built by GM to be the ultimate Corvette. GM's goal was to engineer the best price-to-performance ratio sports car in the world. The ZR-1 is the fastest production Corvette GM has ever built in the 50+ years Corvette has been around and one of the fastest production cars in the world, reaching a top speed of 180 mph. The heart of the ZR-1 is the LT5 engine, an all-aluminum engine with dual overhead cams, 32 valves, and 16 fuel injectors that pushed 375 hp in the '90 - '92 model years and 405 hp in '93 - '95 model years.

Management limited 1995's total ZR-1 production to 448 units, and the last special-performance "King of the Hill" coupe rolled off the Bowling Green line in late April. Over the six-year lifespan of the ZR-1 trim, 6,939 were built. 448 1995 ZR-1s were built at a sticker price add-on of $31,258. The last ZR-1, which now resides in the National Corvette Museum, was built on April 28, 1995.