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2010 SEMA Show Corvettes

Corvette Z06X 1 at 2010 SEMA Show Corvettes

As we reported earlier in Chevrolet’s lineup for SEMA post, they unveiled two special edition Corvettes at the show. There’s the Corvette Z06X Track Car Concept, which for all intents and purposes is inspired by the C6R Racing ‘Vette, and the Corvette Jake Edition which comes with a skull under the bonnet, literally!

Corvette Z06X 2 at 2010 SEMA Show Corvettes
Corvette Z06X 3 at 2010 SEMA Show Corvettes
Corvette Z06X 4 at 2010 SEMA Show Corvettes

The Z06X concept is based on the Corvette Z06 with the 1LZ equipment package, along with the Z07 Performance Package and CFZ Carbon Fiber Package. The 2011 Z06 with the Z07 package creates the lightest production Corvette and includes carbon ceramic brakes and Magnetic Ride Control, while the CFZ package offers body components that enhance aerodynamic down force on the race track, including a front splitter.

The car is painted in a low-gloss Icy White Metallic exterior color garnished with exposed carbon fiber parts and red trims.

Exterior:

  • Low-gloss Icy White Metallic color with exposed carbon fiber and red accents
  • 2011 CFZ-option carbon fiber package, including splitter and rockers
  • Adjustable carbon fiber wing
  • ZR1 carbon fiber roof panel and B-pillar panels
  • Carbon fiber raised hood (from the Z06 Carbon Limited Edition)
  • Carbon fiber headlamp housings from Specter Werkes/Sports
  • Weight-saving and shatter-resistant polycarbonate rear window

Interior:

  • Base Z06 1LZ trim
  • Radio, carpeting and sound-deadening material removed
  • SCCA-spec roll cage
  • SCCA-approved window net
  • Racing seat with five-point safety harness
  • Fire suppression system
  • Driver’s drink system
  • Video camera system mounted on the roll cage
  • Genuine Corvette Accessory racing pedal kit

Performance:

  • LS7 7.0L V-8 engine and Tremec six-speed manual transmission
  • Low-restriction air intake system
  • High-capacity radiator and enhanced cooling system
  • New-for-2011 Z07 Performance Package, feature Brembo carbon ceramic brake rotors and special brake pads
  • Lightweight racing wheels in black; 19-inch (front) and 20-inch (rear)
  • Michelin racing tires
  • Mono-ball control arm bushing
  • Adjustable stabilizer bars
  • Coil-over struts with adjustable camber plates

Corvette Jake 1 at 2010 SEMA Show Corvettes
Corvette Jake 2 at 2010 SEMA Show Corvettes
Corvette Jake 3 at 2010 SEMA Show Corvettes
Corvette Jake 4 at 2010 SEMA Show Corvettes

The Corvette Jake Edition is a very mean car featuring the skull mascot known as Jake! It is based on a Grand Sport Coupe, with Z06 wheels featuring the Competition Gray finish. The matte Jake hood graphic from the GT1 commemorative model adds a subtle visual statement, while a host of other accessories round out the car’s unique appearance. Most of the parts added to this special Grand Sport are available today as Genuine Corvette Accessories or through any Chevrolet dealer’s parts department.

The car has some bespoke parts not yet available for order, including Jake-logo floor mats, console lid, wheel center caps,and…

Exterior:

  • Black color
  • Corvette Z06 wheels in Competition Gray
  • “Corvette”-logo windshield header graphic (concept)
  • GT1 Championship Edition Jake-logo hood graphic
  • Jake-logo wheel center caps (future)
  • Jake-logo fender badge (concept)
  • Jake-logo underhood blanket and lighting package (future)
  • Chevrolet Accessory full-width rear spoiler in Cyber Gray

Interior:

  • Ebony leather with titanium stitching and red accents on the seats
  • Chevrolet Accessory interior trim kit
  • Chevrolet Accessory racing pedal kit
  • Chevrolet Accessory “Jake” floor mats (future)
  • Chevrolet Accessory “Jake” console lid (future)

Performance:

  • LS3 6.2L V-8 with Tremec TR6060 six-speed manual transmission
  • Chevrolet Accessory Tech-pattern engine cover
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