2012 Chevrolet Corvette Centennial

Chevrolet Corvette enrich variants. To celebrate the anniversary of seabadnya, Chevy was one of them to commemorate his birthday by releasing a special edition Z06 Corvette Centennial Edition.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Chevy, the first units of this special edition model that was launched immediately be auctioned this month. Later, the proceeds from this auction will be donated to the foundation Chevy childhood cancer in the United namely, the Austin Hatcher Foundation.

One unit Centennial Edition Corvette Z06 will be auctioned at Barrett-Jackson auction, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA. Auction results will be given to the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer. The car auction is a car to a Corvette-100 model 2012 with the final number identification "00 100".
Centennial Edition comes with an exclusive package of Carbon Flash Metallic, with graphs-black satin, Satin Black Centennial unique wheels, and red caliper. Wheels are made of cast-spun aluminum made specifically for these models. 

 Corvette Coupe, Convertible and Grand Sport to use alloy wheels 18 "/ 19", 19 "/ 20" for the Z06 and ZR1. Magnetic Selective Ride Control, the fastest reacting suspension in the world, also provided.
Inside the cabin, Ebony leather wrapped instrument panel. Section doors, steering wheel, seats, transmission lever, and the console was stitched in red thread. 

Logos 100 Years of spread in some parts; B-pillar, headrest, the center of the rudder, and lid rim. While the historic flag logos remain present at the end of the bonnet.
Bose audio system become a mainstay of the Centennial Edition, in addition to Bluetooth connectivity to mobile phones, head-up display, heated seats, and others.
"Race and the performance is the root of the Chevrolet, which still carried the tradition to this day by a Corvette," said Rick Scheidt, Chevrolet marketing vice president. "Centennial Edition is not only celebrating 100 years of the Chevrolet, Corvette once again pushing forward to a new generation of sports car enthusiasts."

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