The legend was born in 1953, when Chevrolet unveiled the first Corvette concept car to the world, and it’s been growing ever since. On the track, today’s Corvettes are formidable, with 7 Le Mans class victories in 13 years. And they’re no less impressive on the road, thanks to a host of race-bred technologies. One of the most impressive is the newest member of the Corvette family, the 427 Convertible Collector Edition. Endowed with much of the engineering prowess of the ZR1 and Z06 supercars – including the Z06’s 505 hp 7.0 L V8 engine – the 427 is the fastest, most powerful, most thrilling Corvette convertible in history. And if you want one, you’d better hurry. Because like all Corvettes, it’s going fast.