Vehicle Virgins takes a 2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 out on a test drive through the curvy streets of California. Equipped with an Akrapovic dual mode exhaust system, this video accurately demonstrates the unique sound of this beautifully made system. No other modifications were done to the vehicle performance-wise. Hats off to the team at Vehicle Virgins for properly capturing the sound of an Akrapovic ZR1 exhaust with externally mounted microphones.
The ZR1 Akrapovic exhaust system is specially designed to shed weight and enhance sound & performance compared to a stock ZR1 muffler system. Constructed from the highest quality stainless steel and finished with carbon fiber or titanium quad tips, the Akrapovic exhaust for ZR1 looks as good as it sounds. You’ll also be shedding up to roughly 15lbs of unsprung weight, allowing you to get an even better power to weight ratio.
When viewing this video, sharp eyes would notice the beautiful interior of this particular ZR1. It looks to be a completely custom job done by Caravaggio Corvettes. Such a package runs about $25k! For that price you get the finest in leather materials wrapped over every inch of the interior, complimented by beautiful red stitching throughout. And don’t forget those Caravaggio Daytona seats, that run roughly $6-8k new! THIS is how the C6 should have looked from the beginning. No haters going to be barking at this hand crafted interior. Oh, and that’s a real carbon fiber center console too.