This price could increase even further as dealerships look to capitalize on the exclusiveness of the model, General Motors will allow just two examples to hit the streets in 2008 with 2009 figures limited to single digits.

You can imagine the excitement that awaits the Europeans when the find out the U.S. pricing for the Corvette ZR1 starts at a reasonable $103,300, a quick check on the exchange rate would work out at just over €71K or £56K. Therefore you can equally imagine the horror to find out that the poor British are going to have to stump up a gut wrenching on-the-road price of £109K (around $200K).

This price could increase even further as dealerships look to capitalize on the exclusiveness of the model, General Motors will allow just two examples to hit the streets in 2008 with 2009 figures limited to single digits.

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