This Corvette prototype tore up the track at Nürburgring, and it's headed to a permanent display in Kentucky.
The National Corvette Museum announced that it has added a very special C7 Corvette to its permanent display vehicles. This 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 was one of the experimental prototypes used in the tuning of the production ZR1, and it was the car that made an unofficial Nürburgring lap time of 7 minutes and 4 seconds.
Now through April, this exciting prototype will welcome NCM guests from a glass-encased turntable, and then it will head to a more permanent display in a dedicated Nürburgring exhibit in the museum's Design and Engineering section.
While this car isn't likely to see any more track days in its lifetime, there's no doubt it will be a key attraction at the National Corvette Museum.
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