The future of the Corvette ZR1 remains in doubt but that hasn't stopped the company from considering other models.

The future of the Corvette ZR1 remains in doubt but that hasn't stopped the company from considering other models.

Speaking to Car & Driver, Corvette product manager Harlan Charles suggested the company could build a model that draws inspiration from the Corvette Z06X concept which debuted at the 2010 SEMA Motor Show. As Charles explained, “The idea was a non-street-legal, factory-built track car, and that is something that we are considering would be a great thing to apply to the new Corvette Z06."

The car hasn't been green-lighted but the concept was co-developed by Pratt and Miller and featured a carbon fiber body kit, a polycarbonate rear window and a sportier suspension. The model also had carbon ceramic brake, Magnetic Ride Control and a roll cage.

 

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