The 2012 limited edition Centennial Corvette was built to commemorate 100 years of Indy 500 racing. A Louis Chevrolet symbol adorns the B pillar as well as the wheel center caps. This pristine 3LT Grand Sport has been driven just 9,000 miles.
The Centennial Edition was produced in just one color, Carbon Flash Metallic, with satin-black graphics, satin black wheels and red brake calipers giving the car a sinister look.
Inside the cabin the dash and door inserts are wrapped in ebony leather with red stitching, while Microfiber suede is used on the seat inserts, steering wheel, and shift knob.
Touted by Chevrolet to be 436HP, the Centennial edition put down 415HP to the rear wheels on 3 separate dyno pulls according to superchevy.com, making it far in excess of the flywheel HP advertised by Chevrolet.
Heads Up Display
Dual Mode Exhaust
3.42 limited-slip differential
Brakes: 14-inch, 6-piston front | 13.4-inch, 4-piston Rear