2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1: Live Pictures

755 horsepower has never looked more Sebring Orange.

Introducing GM's most powerful street car ever, the 2019 Corvette ZR1, with a 755 horsepower supercharged V8, super wide tires and the rear wing of your choosing. It will also do more than 210 miles per hour, just in case you're in a rush.

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The C7 Stingray wasn't designed with the ZR1 in mind, but according to Chevrolet, the platform can take the power without any problem.

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And power, there's plenty of: 755 horsepower and 715 lb-ft of torque.

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The active exhaust is a patent-pending new design, with a wider range and more noise at the top.

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This is what they call the high wing.

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At 3560 lbs., the ZR1 is heavier than a Z06. Mostly due to its four extra radiators.

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The 'halo' hood actually lets the engine's carbon-fiber intercooler cover poke out into the air.

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The new supercharger has 52 percent more volume than the blower on the Z06, which means it was simply too tall for the C7's engine bay.

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So, they cut a giant hole, decorated with exposed carbon fiber.

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They also optimized the airflow to improve cooling.

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Air in, water out, everybody is happy.

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Under all the fancy composites, it's still a pushrod, overhead-valve engine, although with GM's first dual-injection head, complete with their largest ever throttle bodies at 95mm, a dry-sump bottom.

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This is what an estimated 950 lbs. of downforce looks like.

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It's a complex wing bolted straight to the chassis via aluminum beams.

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Order an all-black ZR1, and see how much of a Batmobile it becomes.

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All the exterior trim is exposed carbon.

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That's the new typeface.

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1.5-inch wider front tires and equally monstrous two-piece carbon ceramic rotors, with fixed six-piston aluminum calipers.

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The ride height remains the same, if you can believe it.

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That's the track-ready front splitter. Not small, but it would have been much larger if it wasn't for the ZR1's new underwing.

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Even the steering wheel is made of carbon.

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No cargo space is taken up by the wing assembly.

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It remains a hatchback.

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335 means business.

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Hitting the dealers in spring, the ZR1 is not a limited edition model, although Chevy doesn't expect to sell more than 3000 units a year. The engines are all hand-built.

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The work of Tedge Juechter and Tom Peters. Vrrrrrr!

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