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ZR1 Blue brake calipers and a gas guzzler tax are hi-po clues.

GM's internal Ordering Workbench lists ZR1 Blue brake calipers and a ZR1-specific gas guzzler tax in the order books for the 2018 Chevy Corvette.

Expect same 700-horsepower-plus engine as the coupe.

Like other convertible prototypes, this one has the small wing.

New spy shots emerge of the Chevy Corvette Mid-Engine “Zora” and C7 ZR1

Seeing the two side by side shows a lot of similarities in the cabin and some major differences.

That bulge in the hood is likely concealing a big supercharger.

We expect the ZR1 to be the most powerful production vehicle ever from Chevrolet.

Wings any way you'd like.

One's massive, while the other is more subdued.

A new spy video shows several 2018 Chevy Corvette ZR1 prototypes testing. One hardtop is followed by two convertibles, with multiple rear wing options.

Although it's still covered in camouflage, this is the clearest look at the C7 Chevy Corvette ZR1 prototype yet. And it's got some serious aero bits.

Commodore GTS-R W1 could get the supercharged LS9.

The last HSV-branded Commodore is poised to be the greatest one ever.

The latest spy shots of the new Chevy Corvette ZR1, featuring a giant rear-wing.

A recap of the week in automotive news, including a look at nuTonomy's efforts to bring its robo-taxi service to market, Fiat's pending 124 Coupe, and new spy shots of the Corvette ZR1.

It may not be wearing its massive rear wing, but this Chevy Corvette ZR1 prototype still offers our best look yet at the car's rear end.

Looks like the ZR1 needed more downforce.

First, let's talk about that wing.

Because the Z06 doesn't even hit 200 mph.

Rumors of a C6 ZR1 successor have been around for years. It seems the company currently testing a heavily camouflaged ZR1-esque mule.

I could be on to something.

While we're all just making random speculation on the next Corvette, here's a new theory. Zero proof, but lots of logic.

GM wants the rights to one of its famous Corvette monikers.

GM wants the rights to one of its famous Corvette monikers.

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