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Chevrolet Corvette 1983 - 1997Chevrolet Corvette 1983 - 1997Chevrolet Corvette 1983 - 1997Chevrolet Corvette 1983 - 1997Chevrolet Corvette 1983 - 1997Chevrolet Corvette 1983 - 1997Chevrolet Corvette 1983 - 1997
The C4 Corvette is known for its snug design. Instead of fiberglass, her body was made of plastic. The double C4 is also the first Corvette to have a tailgate. The interior boasted a new instrument panel with LCD devices that show speed and engine speed. The design of the C4 focused on handling, which slightly affected the ride quality. The 1986 Corvette is known for becoming the first car with an electronic security system, the Pass Key I, developed by GM. To sum up, this model has been warmly welcomed by both drivers and the press and has been praised for its excellent handling, maneuverability in turns, aerodynamic design and power. At one time, this Corvette was recognized as the fastest road vehicle in America (according to Car and Driver Magazine).
This generation Corvette has an electronic instrument panel that displays information about speed, speed, engine parameters, and more on LCD displays.
 
The 1986 Corvette is also known for being the first Pass Key I car to be developed by GM.
 
The body of this generation Corvette was made of plastic.
 
At one time, this Corvette was recognized as the fastest road vehicle in America (according to Car and Driver Magazine). Motor Trend magazine named this car the best car of the year in 1984.
 
Car and Driver magazine selected the Corvette as many as 15 times among the top ten cars of the year: C4 from 1985 to 1989, C5 from 1998, 1999 and from 2002 to 2004, and C6 from 2005 to 2009.
 
This generation Corvette was used as a safety car in the Indianapolis 500 race.
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Corvette Convertible IV5.7 i V8 (282 Hp)
Corvette Coupe IV5.7 i V8 (282 Hp)economy
BODYWORK 5.7 i V8 (282 Hp)
Body type Convertible
Number of doors 2
Number of seats 2
Luggage capacity, litres 357
ENGINE
Fuel type Petrol
Fuel system Multi-point injection
Engine type V type
Position of engine Front, lengthwise
Engine capacity, cc 5737
Cylinders/valves 8/16
Power output, bhp/kW/rpm 282/210/5200
Torque, Nm/rpm 437/2400
Acceleration 0-62 mph, s 5.4
Top speed 254 km/h (158 mph)
TRANSMISSION
Drive wheels Rear
Steering type Hydraulic
Gearbox Automatic
4 gears
DIMENSIONS/WEIGHT
Length, mm 4535
Width, mm 1796
Height, mm 1201
Weight/Max Weight, kg 1620/1805
Wheelbase, mm 2444
CHASSIS
Front suspension Double wishbone
Rear suspension Helical spring
Front brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Rear brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Front tires 255/45 R17
Rear tires 255/45 R17
FUEL CONSUMPTION
Urban n/d
Extra urban n/d
Combined 11.4 l/100km (25 mpg)
CO2 emissions, g/km n/d
Fuel tank capacity, litres 76
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