Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has been invited to bring a little ruckus to the 38th annual Concours D’Elegance in Plymouth, Michigan.
Ken Lingenfelter himself, also a board member of Concours D’Elegance America, has been invited to show his personal 2007 Bugatti Veyron and 1996 Vector M12. But, Lingenfelter will also arrive with its 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS, which has been supercharged to produce 630 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque. Keeping the Camaro company will be Lingenfelter’s C7 Corvette Z06, producing 720 hp after LPE’s stage one package.
One of the hottest cars on the just-underway Hot Rod Power Tour is sure to be this Continental Extreme Yellow C7 Corvette.
The wild Corvette is the result of a collaboration between Continental Tire and the legendary Lingenfelter Performance Engineering.
The one-of-a-kind Corvette will draw a lot of attention during the seven-cities-in-seven-days Hot Rod Power Tour, which kicked off Saturday in Baton Rouge, La., and ends Friday in Kansas City, Mo.
A partnership with Lingenfelter Performance Engineering (LPE) allows owners to consider engine options like never before. Supercharged, twin turbo or naturally aspirated engines can give your Kustom Corvette up to 1,038 horsepower…
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Lingenfelter has a rich history in General Motors performance. For 43-years, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has dabbled in Camaros, Corvettes and anything from GM it can make quicker with its go-fast expertise and engineering.
A Turn-Key Time Machine with a Twist
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The good folks in Bowling Green had barely finished pushing the first production C7 Stingray out the door before Lingenfelter Engineering Performance (LPE) snagged one for research and development. More than one, actually.
Indeed, while most people were still coming to grips with the Stingray’s rhomboid tail lamps, Lingenfelter’s engineers and technicians in Decatur, Indiana, had already yanked the car’s LT1 engine and were testing different camshaft grinds and ported heads on it…
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