The next Z06 is rumored to have a 5.5L V8 with dual overhead camshafts and a flat-plane crankshaft, lending it tremendous revability and top-end power. The naturally aspirated mill is expected to make 600 horsepower or more, courtesy of a redline just shy of 9,000 rpm. That should be enough to strike fear into the hearts of Porsche and Alfa Romeo drivers everywhere.
Although the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette’s timing could have been better, we still expect to see a few nifty, custom-built SEMA Show cars – with some possibly taking cues from this rendering – this November. As of right now, the show is still scheduled to be held as usual, although the Covid-19 pandemic situation is still, obviously, quite fluid.