World’s First 9-Second C7 Z06 Takes On A Lamborghini Huracan

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Can the Corvette out-muscle the Huracan?

The newChevrolet Corvette Z06 is a supercar. There’s no arguing about that. GM’s finestcoupe is capable of punching way above its class in stock form. But the peopleover at Fasterproms didn’t think the Z06 was powerful enough and massaged evenmore power out of the vehicle. What they ended up with is the world’s first nine-secondZ06, which is a big claim. But what happens when the monstrous Z06 faces offagainst a stock Huracan on the streets? It's a showdown between American's finest and Italy's cheapest supercar.

The Z06 produces 714 hp and 720lb-ft of torque, while the Huracan’s stock V10 generates 602 hp and 413lb-ft of torque. Turn your speakers up because these supercars make a glorious sound.

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