This Much Extra Performance Is Like Money In The Bank
More than you need, but how nice to know it’s there.
More performance at the top end means more performance lower down. Take Corvette’s 327-cu.-in. V8, for example. More response in every gear, the extra surge today’s highway driving often demands. The sudden snap, the keen edge, the zest for doing all that’s asked of it—with a lot left over—that makes a great sports machine. And while lesser engines with lower performance limits scream their little lungs out on the highway, Corvette just loafs along.
Like money in the bank, this huge power reserve breeds a confidence that helps make Corvette-driving something apart—even from other sports cars.
There’s one problem with all this money in the bank, though. It’s no fun unless it’s yours.