When C8 Corvette Z06 revealed, the Internet went completely wild for it. More powerful than the last Z, from a naturally aspirated 8,600 rpm? It has all the textures of a masterpiece. And, as evaluate yes arrive outside, which seems to be exactly what Chevy built. But how did the company do it? What does it take to build that engine, make the chassis fit it, and combine the two into a package that’s mountable enough to sell?
If you want those answers, you’re in luck. People in Savagegeese assembled a huge documentary on the making of the new Z06, interviewing engineers, designers, etc. to get a full picture of the car’s creation. It’s almost an hour long, full of everything from interviews to first impressions and driving tracks. And, oh yeah, that burnout note.
Few people on YouTube will delve into cars as deeply as those from Savagegeese and their dedication always shows in the final product. This documentary is a prime example, with more detail and craftsmanship than you can find nearly anywhere else. You can always tell when someone is really interested in what they’re doing, and few are more interested than these two.
So why not start your weekend with the internet’s most in-depth Z06 documentary? Have dinner, sit down in front of the TV, and learn all the hardships GM engineers faced in building a high-revving flatbed supercar that’s usable and comfortable as a rider car everyday. After all, that golf bag doesn’t mean anything if you don’t want to take your car to the course, right?