"The 2013 model year will be historic for Corvette, marking its 60th Anniversary and the final year for the current 'C6' generation," said Chris Perry, vice president, Global Marketing and Strategy for Chevrolet. "We couldn't think of a more fitting way to celebrate these milestones than bringing back one of the most-coveted combinations in the brand's history - the Corvette convertible and a 427 cubic-inch engine."
The LS7 was co-created with the Corvette Le Mans-winning GT1 motor and components lightweight titanium uniting bars and admission valves, and hustling roused high-stream barrel heads and a dry-sump oiling framework. It is gathered by hand at GM's Performance Build Center, where clients who buy the 427 Convertible Collector Edition can buy the Corvette Build Experience alternative and amass the motor that self discipline their new auto.
Supporting execution components in the Chevrolet Corvette 427 Convertible incorporate the driveline and back pivot framework from the Corvette Z06, a back mounted battery and standard Magnetic Selective Ride Control. The standard 19-inch front and 20-inch back wheels are wrapped in ZR1-style Michelin PS2 tires. Lightweight machine-face Cup wheels - presented on the 2012 Corvette Z06 with Z07 and Corvette ZR1 with PDE execution bundles - come standard and incorporate one of a kind dim painted pockets. Dark Cup wheels or chrome ZR1-style wheels are likewise accessible.