This 1990 ZR1 with only 127 miles on it is presented in Bright red with black interior. This time capsule ZR1 is in wonderful condition and some say that In the history of the automobile, few cars were anticipated as much as the Corvette ZR1. The rumors had been circulating for almost three years before one was available for purchase in the early 90's. The hype was not Chevrolet's doing - car enthusiasts were eager for any and all scraps of information and the magazines did what they could. The ZR1 ID on the option list was a tribute to the special ZR1 high performance package available for 1970-72 Corvettes which was shorthand for Zora Racers. This was a serious racing package costing approximately $1,000 and featured the much admired LT1 engine. King of the Hill was an internal and supposedly unofficial working title around GM for the ZR1 project. This is lowest mileage ZR1 that we know of and will only continue to go up in Value! Here is what we know about the 1990 ZR1.The C4 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 was first produced in 1990 and ended in 1995 after 6,939 vehicles came off the line. General Motors approached Lotus in 1986, which was part of GM then, and asked for their help developing a high-performance car to be based on the C4 Vette. Lotus then designed an engine, with the assistance of GM Corvette team to replace the original push-rod L98 V-8, which was the motor that powered the C4 Chevy Corvette. The motor the designers created was an aluminum-block V-8 that had the identical bore centers as the L98 but had 32 valves and four overhead cams. Lotus also engineered an exclusive air-management system that allowed the engine to shut off eight of the 16 fuel injectors and intake runners when the motor was at part throttle. At full-throttle the ZR1 developed 375 hp. Having nowhere to produce the new engine, GM farmed out the project to Mercury Marine a marine engine manufacturer located in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The Lotus company also had a hand in developing the ZR
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