LateModel Racecraft and D2Forged Wheels’ 1600hp Chevrolet Corvette C6


A powerful Corvette C6 has been built by LMR and D2Forged Wheels.

Late Model Racecraft has built one of the most powerful Chevrolet Corvettes on the road. The 1,600hp Corvette C6 was built in conjunction between D2Forged Wheels and LMR, the tuners from Houston, Texas. The Texans gave the Corvette C6 a twin-turbocharged WarHawk motor, along with various other tweaks. The exterior features a Z06 widebody kit for a more aggressive look. Total output for the classic sports car has been claimed to be an awesome 1,600hp.

The Corvette sits on a set of three-piece D2Forged VS1 wheels. The wheels measure 19x10-inches in the front and 18x12-inches in the back. No pricing information has been released as of yet for the two companies' customized Corvette.

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