2019 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1 FIRST DRIVE: SPACETIME
April 23, 2018 When you look at the ZR1’s capability, just like the basic Stingray, it’s a performance bargain. Maybe the best in the world. Are there faster cars" Sure. Quicker cars" Of course. Are there any cars that can touch it at this price, in all situations" Absolutely not. Besides, it’s not even a car, it’s a time machine. Thankfully, the future is now.
2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
April 1, 2018 Awesome and approachable performance, mega-power American V-8 with the sound to match, a relative go-fast bargain.
2019 Corvette ZR1 Does 0-60 in 2.85 Seconds, Hits 100 in Six Seconds Flat
March 26, 2018 With 755 horsepower on tap and big sticky tires, no one expected the Corvette ZR1 to be slow in a straight line. But the numbers it lays down, as confirmed by Corvette project manager Harlan Charles at the Sebring 12 Hours earlier this month, are truly bonkers for a rear-wheel drive car.
North Carolina Bobsled Maker Goes for the Gold
November 27, 2017 Keep a close eye on the USA Bobsled and Skeleton Team at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea this February – you might be surprised to learn their sleek bobsleds and skeleton sleds are made right here in North Carolina by Mooresville-based deBotech Inc.
The King of the Hill is back.
November 12, 2017 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1: Here It Is, In All its 755-HP Glory..... Featured article in Road and Track
Newly Released Carbon 65 Grand Sport
April 10, 2017 Ultimate carbon-fiber package for Grand Sport, Z06 salutes 65 years of Corvette
deBotech is Awarded the 2016 SPE Innovation Award
November 9, 2016 deBotech's 100% Carbon Fiber Composite Spoiler was named the winner in the aftermarket series. The 1-piece aftermarket epoxy/carbon fiber spoiler provides a premium carbon composite appearance and enables the same aerodynamic performance as production 3-piece spoilers with different aero variants while also reducing mass by 40%.
Prosthetic Legs for Dogs and Cats Go High-Tech
November 25, 2015 “The carbon fiber provides more flexibility and probably feels more natural to the dog, so they can really run on these things.”