Video: The Tuners Decided To Pump The Mid-engine Corvette To & Nbsp; 1216 & Nbsp; Forces
The American studio Hennessey Performance, which has a track record of many very powerful cars, has proposed several revision programs for the eighth generation Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. The mid-engined supercar has yet to go on sale, and so far only computer renders of future tuning packages are ready.
The atelier will offer three power-boosting versions for the new Corvette. The base package will include a modified stainless steel exhaust system, new carbon fiber aerodynamic parts, adjustable suspension and larger brake discs.
- Starting with the second package, the tuners are already talking about the numbers that should be obtained after revision. Hennessey wants to install a compressor on the 6.2-liter V8, raising the power from 502 to 710 forces. The most hardcore option involves the introduction of two turbines instead of a mechanical supercharger - in this case, the power will increase to 1216 forces.
- Hennessey boasted that it had received over 250 orders for the new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray even before the tuning package was announced. However, the company's specialists will have to try: earlier in Chevrolet they said that in the Corvette they additionally protected the on-board electronics so that it was impossible to interfere with its work and modify the supercar.
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