The Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is a car enthusiast, and so the experience of building an engine for their car will be a very special one for many Z06 buyers.
Chevy plans to allow that only when the company’s Engine Build Experience program runs out of the Performance Building Center located at Corvette’s factory in Bowling Green, Kentucky, which will soon allow buyers of the C8-generation Z06 latest construction LT6 V-8 goes into their car.
Information has been confirmed Advocacy agency by Chevy spokesman Trevor Thompkins, though no further details were available.
Chevrolet Corvette engine building experience
News of the Z06’s Engine-Building Experience was first reported in early September by Corvette Blogger, citing comments made by Kai Spande, director of Chevy’s Corvette assembly plant, during an event to celebrate the 28th anniversary of the National Corvette Museum. He said the program will begin in the second quarter of 2023 and is slightly different from previous programs, in that participants will stay at a single station and bring all the engine parts to them, instead of move to multiple stations in a line. with other builders. Once completed, the engine will be tested and then installed at a later date, in line with the participant’s scheduled assembly of the Z06.
Previous experiences cost $5,000 for a package that includes a full day with Performance Build Center engine technicians, builders and supervisors, and personalized engine panels that identify the owner. Owned by creators and professional photos of the day. Prices are expected to be higher for the C8 Z06 program.
The Z06 is powered by a unique 5.5-liter V-8 that boasts a flat crank design, dual overhead cams, dry sump lubrication, and 670 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. or the highest capacity of any production naturally aspirated V-8. The engine is mated to the same eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission as on the Corvette Stingray, but with a 5.56 shorter final gear ratio for improved acceleration. Performance claims include a 0-60 mph sprint in 2.6 seconds, a quarter mile ET in 10.6 seconds at 130 mph, and top speed 195 mph.