The 1990s are quickly becoming a golden age for performance cars when we look back. Although quality may not have been the best, it may have been the last decade wear raw power peaked. During this time, tuner Callaway Cars decided to go racing at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and what they produced was as iconic as the era itself: The Callaway SuperNatural Corvette LM.
However, it wasn’t a race-car only affair, Callaway also produced street examples. Four race cars and five street cars were made, each based on the C4 Corvette. The street car was powered by the 435-horsepower LT1 V8 engine. The quarter-mile was dispatched in 12.3 seconds and 0-60 occurred in 4.1 seconds.
Aside from the performance, it also looked… interesting? Good? Different? You will have to be the judge of that. MotorWeek had a go in the car and has revisited the special Corvette in a retro review segment. Have a look at the video right up above.