Chevrolet Performance is proud to offer the all-new LT1 crate engine. Introduced on the seventh-generation Corvette Stingray, the LT1 6.2L opened the next chapter in the long, historic legacy of the small-block engine — and it gives your project vehicle a high-tech transplant with an outstanding balance of performance and efficiency.
The LT1 is architecturally similar to the LS family of small-block engines, but with a unique block casting, cylinder head design, oiling system, and more. It also combines advanced technologies including Direct Injection and continuously Variable Valve Timing to support an advanced combustion system.
Our LT1 crate engine is rated at 460 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque, and it is offered with a wet-sump or dry-sump oiling system.
Chevrolet Performance engineers have wasted no time digging into the new LT engine family to mine more power – and they’ve delivered it in the LT376/535. It builds on the technologies and capability of the LT1 6.2L offered in the Corvette Stingray and Camaro SS. The result is an engine with 75 more horsepower than its LT1 predecessor.
The LT376/535 is architecturally similar to the LT1 and LS family of small-block engines, but with a unique block casting, cylinder head design, oiling system, and more. It retains the advanced technologies of the LT1, including Direct Injection to support an advanced combustion system to create a more than capable engine for your project.
By adding CNC-ported heads and our high-lift LT1 Hot Cam the LT376/535 delivers more naturally aspirated horsepower than its predecessors.
Straight from the 2016 Corvette Z06—the most powerful production car Chevrolet has ever made—the all-new LT4 supercharged 6.2L V8 is the latest high-tech small-block crate engine from Chevrolet Performance.
The perfect balance of performance and efficiency, the LT4 leverages the technologies introduced on the 2014 Corvette Stingray’s LT1 Gen-V small block, including Direct Injection and continuously Variable Valve Timing, while advancing the supercharging technologies established with the previous-generation Corvette ZR1’s LS9 engine. The result is a surprisingly efficient engine capable of producing 650 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque.
Our LT4 crate engine is offered with a wet-sump or dry-sump oiling system.