Nicknamed the Blue Devil project; Chevrolet began the design of the ZR1 with the intent to produce a Corvette that would eclipse the already infamous Z06 in speed and performance. In December of 2009; Chevrolet announced the development of the ZR1 putting to rest any speculation. Powered by a supercharged 6.2L LS9 V8 producing 638hp with a top-speed of 205mph; the ZR1 was immediately heralded as the fastest production Corvette in history. The use of carbon fiber on the roof; fenders; front splitter; rocker moldings; hood and fenders reduced vehicle weight while maintaining rigidity. An innovative window was placed on the hood to showcase the engine intercooler. All of this power required the use of carbon-ceramic brakes with calipers that are highlighted in blue to match the car's intercooler. In 2010; the ZR1 took its place in history as a true supercar.
This 2010 ZR1 has never been titled and is currently riding on a manufacturer's certificate of origin. Driven approximately 600 miles since new; this Vette is stunning in Crystal Red Metallic Exterior with Ebony interior. With chrome wheels; magnetic ride selection and navigation; this ZR1 has every option one would have chosen when building the car in 2010.