Upcoming Corvette ZR1 Filmed While Testing on Racing Track

The upcoming Corvette ZR1 was recently filmed while being tested around a track. It has more exhaust parts to help keep the sound down to a minimum. However, the scraping sound as it makes turns is noticeable. It seems to be caused by the front end scraping against the ground as it makes turns. We can assume they will fix it before it able to be bought by consumers. 

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Key Takeaways:

1. The upcoming Corvette ZR1 was spotted and captured on video while testing around a race track.

2. The Corvette seemed to have extra exhaust parts to help dampen the sound of the vehicle.

3. The vehicle also seemed to be scraping its edge against the ground when it made turns. It is assumable that problem will be fixed in future iterations.

Quote: "We don't know when the 2018 Corvette ZR1 will launch, but the clock is ticking. It will only be a matter of time before GM rips the sheet off what could be the front-engine 'Vette's swan song." (Wren,)

Link to article: http://autoweek.com/article/rumormill/watch-latest-corvette-zr1-get-thrashed-nurburgring