A month ago officially announced that the 2023 Corvette Z06 would be officially unveiled this coming Fall and this week has been extremely busy with spy photos and videos showing the super Corvette running around the Nurburgring with much less cladding than we’ve seen before.
Details on this next generation Z06 have been slim, but there’s no arguing that whatever lurks in the engine bay, is definitely not your ordinary high performance Chevy V8.
According to our sources, carbon fiber wheels may be Dymag will be an option.
Dymag launched the first carbon composite wheel in 1995 and was the first company to commercialize high performance carbon fiber composite wheels for the automotive industry in 2004. However, by late 2009, the company filed for bankruptcy and was ultimately rescued by CSA Performance Wheels.
Since then Dymag has been making huge strides into the automotive industry with their carbon fiber composite wheels and has been the OEM for the likes of Aston Martin and Koenisegg. They’re now set to become a major supplier for the Corvette.
Ready to Perform: Chevrolet Announces 2023 Corvette Z06 Reveal Date
Corvette Z06 visits legendary European racetracks in advance of reveal
DETROIT – Start the countdown: The all-new 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 will be revealed on Oct. 261. Designed to amplify the thrill of driving, the Corvette Z06 is a supercar that performs – whether on backroads or the Autobahn or the world’s most recognizable tracks like Circuit de la Sarthe.
Watch the Z06 take a road trip through Germany and France and stay tuned for more.
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1Availability to be announced fall 2021.