The 1992 Chevrolet Corvette boasted a new second-generation LT1 engine, which would remain the standard Corvette power plant for the next four years. It was a robust 5.7-liter, 350-ci V8, rated at 300 horsepower. Coupled with the sleek, aerodynamic body of the C4 (or "forth generation") Corvette, it made for a very fast 'Vette indeed. Although criticized by some at the time for being stylistically less flamboyant than previous 'Vettes, the C4's have held up remarkably well. The clean, classic shapes and proportions, along with minimal ornamentation, ensure the iconic status of this American sports car.
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