2001 Corvette ZO6 versus Mustang Cobra R versus Viper Comparison Test Drive
We as car execution aficionado have had it useful for a long while now. With automakers occupied with an overwhelming pace and power race, any semblance of which hadn’t been seen since the 1960s.
As confirmation, take these three contracting violets, the Chevrolet Corvette ZO6, the Ford SVT Mustang Cobra R, and Dodge Viper. All do us the joy of giving expansive limit motors, the Vette and Stang with 385 drive and 385 pound feet of torque. The Dodge with 460. Forceful fine numbers to be sure. Those figures may have withered close to the SAE readings from the 1960s however recollect those were gross figures and were exaggerated to the point that one miracles if the dynos in those days read 100 strength before the motor began turning.
These however were veritable, not the consequence of remiss SAE test methodology and imaginative advertising. Obviously, the Corvette and the Mustang didn’t give out as much strength as the Dodge Viper GTS, yet they do cost less, about $50K for the Vette, and $54k for the Stang versus $69,725 for the Viper. Any reasonable person would agree that the Chevrolet and Ford give more execution per dollar than essentially whatever else available.
2001 Corvette ZO6