News ID : 1601
Publish Date : 10 January 2018 - 13:31
These upgrades add nearly $64,000 to the coupe's price.
KhodroCar - If you're looking for the ultimate Chevrolet Corvette track car, forget the new 755-horsepower (563-kilowatt) ZR1 because Germany's Geiger Cars now offers circuit-prepped variant of the Z06 Carbon 65 Edition. Not only does it come with a safety harness and roll cage, but the firm also manages to massage the 6.2-liter supercharged V8 to an impressive 759 hp (566 kW) and 729 pound-feet (989 Newton-meters) of torque. 


Geiger Cars keeps much of the carbon fiber that makes the Carbon 65 Edition special and then adds even more of the lightweight material. The body kit includes a new front end with a revised grille for better airflow, fender vents, tweaked side skirts, and Geiger's own rear sub-frame with an integrated diffuser. Buyers also get to pick from three flavors of rear spoilers, ranging from a subtle flat piece to a full racing setup. The firm's changes provide an aggressive appearance but without being overly flamboyant.
Inside, the tuner installs four-point racing harnesses and a Heigo roll bar. 



To boost the standard Z06 from its stock 650 horsepower (485 kW), Geiger Cars replaces the standard 1.7-liter Eaton supercharger with a 2.3-liter screw-type unit. The company also revises the throttle, intake, and the engine's software. The stock eight-speed automatic or seven-speed manual remain in place. The result is a coupe that can reach 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 2.9 seconds and a max speed of 209 mph (337 kph) – versus 210 mph (338 kph) from Chevy's own ZL1.


Geiger Cars expects people to use these cars at the track, and it makes a variety of upgrades to make sure that fulfill that intention. Modifications for the powertrain cooling systems make the coupe more reliable for lapping a circuit. The firm also fits revised suspension knuckles, which also lower the ride height, and offers more powerful brakes. A set of HRE wheels come with either Michelin Pilot Super Sport or Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires. 



The company sells these upgrades a la carte, and the costs grow quickly. The carbon fiber bodykit is 9,600 euros ($11,500 at current exchange rates); the engine upgrade goes for 12,900 euros ($15,400), improved cooling runs 15,500 euros ($18,500); suspension revisions are 4,290 euros ($5,120); HRE wheels sell for 7,400 euros ($8,830); the roll bar costs 2,600 euros ($3,100), and the Schroth racing harness is 1,099 euros ($1,300). In total, these improvements are 53,389 euros ($63,700), and Geiger Cars can sell German customers the Z06 Carbon 65 Edition for 136,000 euros (162,250). Buyers also get a two-day driving course at the Nürburgring Nordschleife.

Source: Geiger Cars
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