This 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is the seventh generation of the American sportscar introduced in 2014. The Stingray has garnered more than 20 industry awards throughout production and was in Car and Driver’s coveted 10-best list in 2015. This particular example is built by Vengeance Racing, making it a unique Stingray to own for use on both road and track. With 20,000 miles on the body and 2000 miles on the newly-built motor, this car offers an astonishing modification list with power figures as high as over 1000hp.
This 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is in ‘Arctic White’ and is upgraded with Weld Racing forged wheels with red-painted brake calipers. Heated outside mirrors and removable carbon-fiber roof panel are added as standard features to the car. The interior of the car is ‘Jet Black’ in color with silver touches. This car is fitted with leather seats, a rear-view camera, and a flat-bottom steering wheel. Air conditioning, power locks, power windows, and power seats all come as standard. The Stingray features a ‘performance data recorder’ included with a navigation system that allows you to record video in different modes. The recorded video can be viewed on the Corvette Stingray’s 8-inch color touchscreen when the car is parked or downloaded onto a device. The PDR vehicle data can be opened in the included “Cosworth Toolbox” software, which combines Cosworth’s professional-level motorsport data analysis.
This 2016 Stingray is upgraded with a Vengeance Racing-built LT4 Forged engine, which is supercharged with a Procharger. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a Tim King racing built transmission. This engine features multiple tunes; on 93 pump-gas, it produces 900hp for street use and can be tuned for track-use on race gas for a mind-boggling 1100 HP. To achieve such figures under boost, the engine has a meth kit fitted. Other modifications underhood include a Brian Tooley camshaft kit and headers.