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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.
This overview covers the ZR1 trim only.
Please see our 1995 Chevrolet Corvette Overview for more information.
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