This Z06 Corvette Carbon Special Edition cost more than a new C8 Corvette
But does the low mileage justify the sky-high selling price?
With all the rage around the C8 Corvette's starting price of circa-$60k, spending $100,000 on a Corvette from 2011 may seem completely crazy, but this is no ordinary Z06.
Dubbed the 'Carbon Special Edition' this particular example is a true timewarp car. Showing only 5 miles on the clock, this Carbon Special Edition is finished in Supersonic Blue over an Ebony leather and microfibre interior, making it a real head-turner.
The Carbon editions were commissioned as a run of only 250 cars, designed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Chevrolet's first race in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Of course, being a Carbon edition, there is plenty of Carbon Fiber details adorning the bodywork. The front splitter, roof, rear spoiler and hood are all made from the super-lightweight material. Alongside this, this example also benefits from hidden door buttons, polished quad exhausts, black 20-spoke staggered alloys, and carbon-ceramic brakes.
Inside also benefits from a number of unique modifications and features. The heated seats are trimmed in Ebony leather, with the microfibre inserts extending to the door panels, steering wheel and shift knob. There is plenty of Carbon trim around the cabin, while the infotainment is upgraded to a Bose sound system. Perhaps most crucially is the odometer, which shows only 5 miles on the clock.
Under the hood is the standard LS7 V8, putting out 505hp to the rear wheels, via the six-speed manual transmission, with a factory-fitted LSD helping keep everything under control.
Selling for a total of $100,000 this is one of the most expensive Z06's ever sold. Would you have this or a brand-new C8? Let us know below.