In the land of Corvettes, many aftermarket tuners push the limits of performance and styling. Lingenfelter performance engineering is one of those automotive entities; the company has been around since 1973 and is popular among Corvette enthusiasts. What makes Lingenfelter engineering stand out is its racing heritage. The company was founded by former NHRA driver, engineer, and tuner John Earl Lingenfelter, whose vision of a performance powerhouse for American motors still lives on to this day. The 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Lingenfelter present today hails from a lineup of American automotive legends and sports an iconic aftermarket tuners name badge.
The C7 Corvette was meant to cause a stir and move away from the C6 design, and it indeed lived up to its task. This 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Lingenfelter sports a white exterior with black accents present throughout the body of the car; the Z06 styling makes the car stand out through its sporty styling cues, and a keen eye would note the redesigned hood that hides a surprise. The aggressive styling is met with a low-down stance, and ensuring all of this looks the part, the factory Corvette wheels are finished off in black. This 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Lingenfelter sports a two-tone black and red interior to bring out its go-fast roots and performance persona. Sitting behind the wheel, you are greeted with leather seats holding you in place, a steering wheel with carbon fiber inserts, and the iconic corvette and Z06 insignia. This, as well as many other factors, makes you want to get in and drive without further ado.
Now for the moment, you have all been waiting for what lies underneath the hood of this modern American sports car. Pop open the hood, and you will find an LT4 motor, but on closer inspection, things aren't how they should be; the 6.2L V8 motor in this 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Lingenfelter has been ProCharged to push out more ponies and smash drag strip records. In terms of aesthetics, the engine bay belongs on the front page of an automotive magazine, with its custom intake and valve cover design. Power is channeled to the car's rear wheels in true Corvette fashion through an automatic transmission.
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