According to the listed dyno results, that setup dispatches a resolute 1,419 horsepower and 1,321 lb.-ft. of torque to the rear wheels, handled by the Z06 six-speed manual and a new carbon fiber driveshaft. A ProEFI engine management system and boost controller can vary that power output between five different tunes, all the way down to only 800 horsepower at the wheels.
It isn’t all straight-line speed though. The racy Z06 now boasts corner-taming Pfadt adjustable coil-over shocks and springs, as well as anti-roll bars. Stopping power comes courtesy of Corvette ZR1 carbon ceramic brakes. Chompy.
Inside, the ‘Vette is said to boast a mix of leather and Alcantara, under which a substantial amount of soundproofing and heat-eschewing material has been added. A good thing too, considering two spooling turbochargers at full chat ought to create quite the audible and thermal punch.