1993 C4 Chevrolet Corvette Model Guide
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When Harley Earl first envisioned his two-seat roadster in 1953, it is unlikely that even he would have been able to fathom the long-term commercial success the Corvette would achieve. Both on the road and on the racetrack, the Corvette had demonstrated again and again that it could compete with some of the fiercest automotive competitors from around the world.
From its earliest days racing against the Porsche 356 at the 24 Hours of LeMans to competing at some of the most grueling road courses of the day, the Corvette had become a world leader that had celebrated decades long victories in sales, showmanship and performance. Now, as the Corvette prepared to turn 40, Chevrolet decided to honor the milestone by releasing a special edition Corvette to pay homage to the American legend.
While the official 40th Anniversary Edition Corvette was ordered by many Corvette purists to celebrate the momentous occasion, there was another Corvette package offered in 1993 that catered more to the performance fanatics.
Florida-based Greenwood Automotive Performance unveiled a bolstered Corvette coupe. Named only with the distinction “G572” (so named for the size of the engine), the Corvette featured functional aero body panels and a reinforced chassis that were specifically modified to support the massive torque put on them by the car’s 575 horsepower engine.
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