General Motors unveiled the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 this week. Here’s everything we know about the rumoured price of the new model.

The 2023 model is a huge jump to previous editions with an all-new and unique engine.

During an event on Tuesday, GM revealed the stunning supercar and people want to find out more details about it.

SEE: GM reveals Chevrolet Corvette Z06

GM unveiled the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 model as part of an online event called ‘Putting the World on Notice’ which aired on YouTube on October 26th, 2021.

The feature film reveals what it takes to create the new high-performance model and features interviews with basketball star and gold medalist Devin Booker, driver Emelia Hartford, as well as engineers and designers.

GM President Mark Reuss said in a statement: “The new Corvette Z06 defines the American supercar.

“It builds on the distinctive design and groundbreaking dynamics introduced with the mid-engine Corvette and elevates them to deliver refined but uncompromising track capability with world-class performance.”

Corvette lovers will be delighted to know that the supercar comes with a high-revving and naturally aspirated V-8 engine that produces 670 horsepower and revs to 8600 rpm.

GM says that this car will have the most powerful naturally aspirated engine of any production car so far.

What is the price of Chevrolet Corvette z06?

GM is yet to unveil the official pricing of the supercar but we can make an estimation based on previous models.

The previous front-engine Z06 model was $25,000 more expensive than the base model.

The 2020 Corvette had a starting price of $59,995 and if we add $25k on top of that, we can expect the pricing of Chevrolet Corvette Z06 to start at around $80,000-$90,000.

This is just an estimation as official pricing will be announced before the car goes on sale.

Chevrolet Corvette Z06, Chevrolet on YouTube

When will the car be released?

Production for the supercar will start in the summer of 2022 at GM’s Bowling Green Assembly plant.

The car will be released after that as a 2023 model.

While an electric model of the new Corvette hasn’t been confirmed just yet, rumours about an electric Corvette model have been swirling for years.

GM plans to become an all-electric automotive manufacturer by 2035.

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