No, I am not planning on tracking any car. I just love the way the Z06 looks. I have waited a long time for a Corvette, so I might as well go all out when I get it.Out of curiosity how much are most of you guys willing to spend on a Z06? My local dealer said a well optioned car should come out around 90-100k. Are most of you planning on tracking the car? Only reason I could see needing 600+ HP is if you're serious about racing. I guess no matter what you do with the vehicle it's a bargain compared to it's competitors.
By the way, the 3LZ-only feature I am talking about above is "Custom Leather Wrapped Interior Package, features leather-wrapped upper instrument panel, upper door trim panels and console storage cover." I am NOT talking about IWE; I know what that is.This was awesome, Bob! Also, I really like the way most of the default options are put together. I note that the black badges are standard, and the chrome badges are the option (reverse to the StingRays). Default and optional caliper colors are also swapped from the StingRays, but that is a nice touch, in my opinion.
What is the "Custom Leather Wrapped Interior Package" which is only available in the 3LZ? What are the dashes covered with on the 2LZ by default?
Overall, I really like the way the packages are put together, except I wish the PDR could be ordered without having to get the NAV tagging along with it.
On a 2LT it is "Mulan" leather, compared to "Napa" leather on the 3LT. Mulan can appear to have nap, is not as soft, and lacks a little "richness." It is a little more rigid to the touch. However, both have been subject to the identical GM wear and abrasion tests and are equal in both areas. And from five feet away, you will not be able to tell the difference, but when inside the car, you will be caressed by the buttery-soft Napa if you choose 3LT.If you don't get the 3LZ, then what material is used on the upper instrument panel, the upper door trim panels, and console storage cover on the on the 2LZ.