This typically would be the 2011 model which is the track car concept where they are intending to use it the tracks. Well, for starters, Chevrolet has been pretty active on the Le Mans championship and this would surely show their intent on what to expect in the future. For this, they have worked with Pratt and Miller who are their exclusive partner in the Corvette Racing team competing in the American Le Mans Series. According to Tadge Juechter, the chief enginer of Corvette, this model is the result of their GT Race Car model with the standard Z06 production model and is developed by the people who brought about the Corvette Racing C6.R race cars.

This concept model was developed and designed based on the stock version (Z06) and fitted with equipments from the 1LZ package, performance boosted through its Z07 package and the CFZ Carbon Fiber Package. Now that is really merging the best of their qualities. This means that you are actually the lightest Corvette and its aerodynamics enhanced.

For competition purposes, they have also made some specially customized adjustments like the adjustable rear wing made from carbon fiber, roll cage, racing seats with safety harness, a polycarbonate rear window and enhancements on its suspensions holding the racing tyres. To ensure that the car remains lightweight, they have also excluded the radios, additional carpeting and the sound-proofing materials.

With the specially design Icy White Metallic body, it looks every bit elegant as well as sporty and comes with the LS7 7.0L V-8 engine mated with a Tremec six-speed manual transmission. On top of that, they also gives you the Brembo carbon ceramic brake rotors through its Z07 package.