The Corvette Grand Sport sits on larger 19-inch wheels up front and 20-inch wheels in the rear, all of which are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. It also features upgraded, Z06-style cooling for track use. At the end of the day, the Corvette Grand Sport is most certainly not a “fake” Z06 by any means.
In this way, how fast is a Corvette Grand Sport?
|Top speed ||280 kph (174 mph) |
|Est. 0 - 100 mph - 0 ||15.3 s @ 1289 ft |
|Est. max acceleration ||0.70 g (7 m/s²) |
|18m slalom ||74.2 kph (46.1 mph) |
|Lateral acceleration ||1.18 g (12 m/s²) |
Also Know, what's the difference in Corvette models?
Trim Levels Explained (ZR1 not included) The model denotes the performance package, while the trims denote the interior package. Each model (Stingray, Z51, GrandSport and Z06) can be had in either 1LT, 2LT or 3LT trims, and each trim adds progressively more leather, carbon fiber and sueded microfiber to the interior.
Which is better z06 or Grand Sport?
With a starting price around $66,000, the Grand Sport saves you about $14,000 compared to a Z06. It costs only a few grand more than a Stingray Z51. And for that money, you get much more car than the Z51 and a better all around driving machine than the Z06.
Do Corvettes hold value?
So, Corvette do not depreciate in value at the same rate as regular cars and trucks because they are more than just appliances. Your car is an investment and should provide as much equity it requires. If the value of Corvette depreciates also, then also that value does not goes behind the ground.