This is the biggest and baddest Chevrolet Corvette on the horizon. With
a whopping 650 horsepower engine, churning a V-8 this car is made for speed. Not a car you feel like parking in
the garage this car is dying to jet across the road and show you how good a Corvette can really be. As one of
America’s favorite muscle cars the Corvette has performed well over the years and leaves people craving more.
With a sleek, sexy style coming up the Corvette SS is looking to replace
some of the other sports cars that are on the road. Definitely a car that is worthy of extra attention this car
is set to be backed by Chevrolet at the same time the Ford Shelby GT500 Mustang is slated to appear. With a
powerful combination coming out against each other there is no doubt that, 2009 is going to be a very interesting
year full of high powered sports cars.
Chevrolet is determined to make its mark with this redesign and featuring
carbon-fiber body panels, as well as a dramatic hood vent. This beast is definitely not cheap, with the SS model
expected to sell for around $100,000 they are well worth the money and after your heart as well as your wallet.
With a massive 6.2-liter engine and a nice supercharger attached to the engine this is a car that craves the road,
so feel free to grab yours off the lot today and enjoy the drive.
2009 Chevy Corvette Blue Devil
The 2009 Chevy Corvette Blue Devil that will be released soon proves to
be the most exciting car Chevy has unveiled. Keeping this car under wraps has been a challenge for Chevy. Some
specifications as well as photographs have managed to make it to print. The car was said to offer at minimum
650 horsepower and may have a top level of 700 horsepower. This is with a 6.2-liter V-8 engine and adding
intercooler and turbocharger. Whether the power train can handle that much torque can only be determined
once the 2009 Chevy Corvette is unveiled. Only time will tell the story.
The basic of the car shows a wheelbase of 105.7 inches with a length of
174.6 inches. The width is 77.6 inches and a height of 49 inches. The weight says to be thirty-two hundred pounds.
Besides the supercharged V-8 6.2 liter engine, the car will have rear drive wheels, 6 speed manual transmission
and five hundred and eighty pound per feet of torque.
The car is going to deliver the horsepower with a price of $100,000. The
Blue Devil as it is called right now for speculation purposes will prove to be the fastest car on the market.
Recent talks say the name may be the Z07 or the ZR1. This car has been in the makings since 2005 when Chevy
unveiled the C6 Corvette. The 2009 Chevy Corvette Blue Devil will sport the classic body type of the Z06 Corvette
with a full lip spoiler with wider haunches to support the broader tires and wheels. The original photo types
showed an air-scoop with a reverse facing. The car has additional air scoops on the rear fenders. One will see
cross-drilled four-wheel disc brakes with spats (wind cheating) behind every wheel.
The 2009 Chevy Camaro Blue Devil is in the final stages of tuning as of April 2007. The development department for Chevy has said that the car has so much power.
Because of this, the safety of the car will more likely have to be advanced. Because the Camaro will be in a class with the
Ferraris and the Porsche, safety and speed will be the topic of discussion for this car. The car is expected to out do the Z06,
with a zero to sixty in less than 3.4 seconds. The Blue Devil promises to be a fast car, but the torque will have to be restricted
so that you do not get so much wheel spin.
Without any specific specifications noted until the time of release,
the Camaro Blue Devil is just in the speculation stage. It will have some power and speed behind it, but as
for the safety features, interior and exterior specifications, this is anyone guess. Once the car debuts, it
will be sought after car for collectors and Camaro enthusiast everywhere. To finally have a name and
specifications will be something everyone is going to want to know. The 2009 Chevy Camaro Blue Devil is
expected to debut in early 2008.
2009 Chevy Corvette