The Chevrolet corvette (C4) is a sports car produced by the American car manufacturer Chevrolet since
1983 to 1996. The convertible returned, as did more powerful engines, exemplified by the 375 hp (280 kW) LT5, which
found in ZR-1. In early March 1990, the ZR-1 set a new record for the highest
24-hour land speed of 5,000 miles, so it exceeded 175 mph (282 km/h).  Despite being brand new
undercarriage, sleeker modern styling and other improvements to the model saw prices rise and sales decline.
The last C4 was produced on June 20, 1996.