America's Sports Car can also be a performance bargain, thanks to a decade worth of depreciation. Our 2000 Y-Body is an LS-powered thrill ride anyone can afford, and we'll be turning it into a do-everything supercar with engine, suspension, and braking upgrades that won't bust a blue-collar budget.
The LS7-powered C6 Z06 Corvette is the ultimate balance of performance and price - while the almighty supercharged ZR1 may steal the spotlight, 505 horsepower, world-class handling, and the ability to shame supercars with pricetags approaching a quarter-million dollars make the Z06 our pick as "best Corvette ever." Of course, just because we think it's the best doesn't mean we can't improve it a bit here and there.
Nobody ever accused us of being tasteful before, but that's just what we are with our 2008 LS3-powered Corvette. Bigger brakes from Baer, new rolling stock from Toyo and Forgeline, and better breathing thanks to VaraRam and Kooks take America's sports car's factory goodness to a higher level while staying under the radar.