On tuning show SEMA, Chevrolet introduced a new line of “box” engines, presentation showcase which will be three vintage cars: 1973 Chevelle Laguna, C/10 Silverado 1967 and 1978. For the first time, tuners will offer factory LT5 6.2 supercharged from the Corvette ZR1.
The most powerful unit of the new line is a 6.2-liter compressor V8, which is installed on the Corvette ZR1. The efficiency of the engine with combined injection system is 765 HP and 969 lb-ft of torque.
For SEMA new “box” the motor is mounted under the hood Chevrolet Chevelle Laguna 1973. Classic muscle cars equipped with a modified suspension, 18-inch wheels, front and rear spoilers in the NASCAR style cars of the 70’s, and also changed the hood similar to the hood of the Corvette ZR1.
Pickup C/10 will be equipped with 5.7-liter V8 with a capacity of 426 horsepower, which the manufacturer is positioned as the perfect solution for hot rods and restomod. In addition, C/10 will complement the lowered suspension, 20-inch wheels, modified bumpers, and a completely altered interior.
Chevrolet K10 Silverado 1978, will receive six-liter V8 engine, outstanding 365 horsepower (515 Nm of torque) and combined with Quad-band “automatic”. Externally, the truck will fully match the original car.