The Corvette C4 was a major redesign of the Corvette model, which was introduced in 1984 and produced until 1996. It was a departure from the previous C3 model and brought back many of the classic Corvette styling elements.
The C4 had a more streamlined, aerodynamic design with a shorter hood and longer body than the C3. It featured a completely new chassis with a new suspension system and upgraded brakes, as well as an all-new electronic engine management system. The C4 also introduced new features such as a digital dashboard display and a keyless entry system.
Throughout its production, the C4 went through several iterations, including the ZR-1, which was powered by a high-performance 5.7-liter V8 engine that produced 405 horsepower. The C4 was a popular and successful model for Chevrolet, and it helped to bring the Corvette back to its status as an American icon.