To the casual observer, everything about the new Z06--its rolling chassis, engine, and composite skin--looks like standard C6 Corvette fare. But give this beast a double take and you'll discover that it's Chevy's 200-mph supercar; its Dodge Viper/Ford GT slayer. The chassis is all aluminum, hydroformed in similar dies to those used to build the standard steel C6 frame. Magnesium and carbon fiber parts are also used to help contain the total curb weight to less than 3150 pounds. The carbon fiber front fenders are flared to accommodate 275/35ZR18 tires and the rear quarter panels are widened 1.5 inches to clear massive 325/30ZR19s. The big news, though, is the 427.6-cubic-inch small-block LS7 engine, good for 500 horsepower at 6200 rpm and 475 pound-feet of torque at 4800 rpm. Titanium connecting rods, intake valves, and valve springs permit 7000-rpm revving, for this, the ultimate small-block. Expect to pay at least $75,000 when the Z06 hits the road this fall. Click here to view a full photo gallery. Or, click here to watch the Corvette Z06 Video.