We’re closing out the week by pivoting from the drag strip to the mountains. Thanks to the good people of TFLoffroad and ON X OFFROAD. They recently put the Ram TRX, Ford Bronco, and Can-Am Maverick to the ultimate off-road test through the Argentine Pass of the Rocky Mountains. We also love the friendly competition of the drivers and banter that comes along with who’s driving the coolest off-road vehicle. Check out the video below and watch these guys take their rides 13,000 ft. above sea level to battle it out for whose car handles the terrain the best. Enjoy.
We know that Chevrolet has been busy recently, to say the least. Between the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 almost being available and the Z06 debut right around the corner, it’s hard to imagine that the automaker has been working on something else. Behold, the plug-in hybrid version of the C8 Corvette called the E-Ray. And this just might be our first look at it in action.
CarSpyMedia caught a camouflaged prototype cruising alongside a Z06 on the outskirts of the Nurburgring, and while we can’t say with 100% certainty that it’s the car, there are some visual cues giving it away. The prototype combines design elements from the Corvette Z06 and a rear bumper from the Stingray. The biggest giveaway? The lack of engine noise. Check it out right here.
A few years back, 600 vehicles hit the auction block at Mecum Seattle and the 1967 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Coupe was one of them. The L88 Coupe was just one of 20 built and it’s record breaking. The Vette set two sales records and a similar model sold for $3.85 million at auction. Some specs for you:
This 1968 Charger is not to be underestimated. To be more specific, this classic muscle car has a hellephant crate motor and produces a whopping 1,000-hp. So with that said, check out the video below and watch it absolutely throw down. Oh, did we mention it’s loud? Enjoy.
The Chevy Corvette ZR1 is said to be the last of the front-engine Corvettes. Before making the switch to mid-engine for the C8, Chevy decided to throw everything at their last C7. With a top speed of 212 mph thanks to the 6.2-L supercharged V8, this ride absolutely flies. Check out the review, thanks to Throttle House on YouTube, and see what they think. Enjoy.