I hope to see a all new 360 (or 420) for 2005 or 06 Someone mentioned that Ferrari has a great bussiness plan by bumping HP up just 50 hp at a time so they can sell more cars over time. 348 350hp* $120k 355 380hp* $150k 360 420hp* $170k 420 475hp* $200k (*don't have my chart for exact numbers, but just making a point) They could make a 600hp car but why not work up the ladder slowly and sell more cars between now and 600hp? Seems like a good business plan. Will the HP wars cause Ferrari to re-think the plan? 2006 Corvette Z program 625hp $100,000 k 2900 pounds Corvette designed to do battle with—and conquer—the mid-engined GT from rival Ford for $50k less. The Blue Devil Reportedly producing 625 hp, Blue Devil’s initial power will come from a supercharged 427 engine—and it will use lightweight carbon fiber for key body parts, reducing weight by several hundred pounds to drop the super C6 to about 2900 pounds. The price indicated on the internal documents is $100,000 production in 2006 The high-performance heart of Blue Devil is the kind of specialized, high-content engine project envisioned for the General’s new Performance Build Center set to open shop next year in Wixom, Michigan. The center is intended to attack projects with “a sort of race team mentality,” says Ed Koerner, vice president of GM Powertrain engineering operations. Patterned after low-volume race shops, the center could build up to 10,000 powerplants per year for very specific, high-end, high-performance GM vehicles. Koerner says engines from the shop should appear in showroom vehicles by 2005.