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1992 Corvette Guide: History, Performance, Specs & More

Just as GM had showcased the Sting Ray III as one of their concept cars at the 1992 Detroit Auto Show, so too did they showcase a new powertrain for the 1992 Corvette. In an effort to strike a happy medium between the moderately aggressive L98 and the incredibly powerful LT-5 (found in every ZR-1 Corvette) Chevrolet decided to roll out a standard pushrod small-block engine that would increase horsepower in the Corvette for the 1992 model year.

1992 Corvette Special Editions

We several exciting concepts and special edition cars in 1992.

1992 Corvette Pictures, Wallpapers & Videos

Because who doesn't love a good-looking fourth generation Corvette?

1992 Corvette Market & Sales Data

1992 Corvette auction and sales area. We share upcoming auctions, recent auction results, cool 1992 Corvettes we find for sale and commentary on the current market for the 1992 Corvette.

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Get all the latest news stories, upcoming auctions, prices, videos and more about the 1992 Chevrolet Corvette! The latest headlines here.

1992 LT1 Engine
By the early 1990s, talk had begun to center around the potential release of the fifth-generation Corvette. By this time, the C4 Corvette had already weathered the 1980s, leaving many to wonder when the next generational divide might take place. However, those at the helm of GM ultimately decided to...
The early C4's had their problems, what with the 1984 Cross-Fire Injection and its unusual 4+3 manual transmission. By the late 1980's, the fourth-generation Corvette had evolved into a more desirable automobile, thanks in part to the arrival of the ZR-1. 

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