Built by Pratt & Miller Engineering as a homage to their American LeMans Series C6R race car, the C6RS showcases modified carbon-fiber body panels, excluding the doors and rear deck lid, leading to a body width 1.5 inches wider than the standard Z06.
Leveraging their racing expertise, Pratt & Miller reconstructed the Z06 Corvettes, widening the body by 1.6 inches with carbon fiber components inspired by the C6.R race car. The design incorporated aerodynamic elements such as integrated brake ducts, ram-air induction, a front splitter, and a deployable rear spoiler. The Arvin Meritor adjustable air suspension, lowering the ride height by 1.5 inches, could be raised by computer controls to navigate obstacles.
Performance upgrades included a Brembo Grand Turismo braking system, 18- and 19-inch BBS wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport tires, and a 750 HP, 820 lb-ft torque engine developed by Brian Thompson using a reworked 427 CI Z06 block and LS9 supercharger. Paired with a Tremec 6-speed manual transmission and Centerforce dual-disc clutch, the car boasted a blueprint for power and precision.