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This is the Section for 1994 C4 Chevrolet Corvette. GM continues the C4 Corvettes through 1996, there are 10 pages of 1994 Corvettes, be sure to take a look at all of the pages to see many different colors, wheel combinations, body kits, interiors, engines, tires, exhaust systems and tips on such models as the convertibles, coupes, ZR1, Callaway, Collectors Edition, Grand Sport, and more.
 

1994 Chevrolet Corvette, Competition Yellow LT1 6 Speed 298.1 RWHP - 327.8 RWTQ 1994 Chevrolet Corvette, Competition Yellow LT1 6 Speed 298.1 RWHP - 327.8 RWTQ 1994 Chevrolet Corvette, Competition Yellow LT1 6 Speed 298.1 RWHP - 327.8 RWTQ 1994 Chevrolet Corvette, Competition Yellow LT1 6 Speed 298.1 RWHP - 327.8 RWTQ
       
1994 Chevrolet Corvette Blue C4 Coupe 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Blue C4 Coupe 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Blue C4 Coupe 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Blue C4 Coupe

 

     

1994 Chevrolet Corvette Blue C4 Coupe

1994 Chevrolet Corvette Blue C4 Coupe 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Red C4 Convertible 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Red C4 Convertible
       

1994 Chevrolet Corvette Red C4 Convertible

1994 Chevrolet Corvette Red C4 Convertible 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Red C4 Coupe 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Red C4 Coupe
       
1994 Chevrolet Corvette Red C4 Coupe 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Red C4 Coupe 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Red C4 Coupe 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Red C4 Coupe

 

     

The exterior design for 1994 was carried over from 1993, but two new exterior colors were available, Admiral Blue and Copper Metallic. Also, new non-directional wheels were included with ZRl models.

Power output of the base LT1 engine remained 3OO hp, but several refinements were added. A new sequential fuel injection system improved response, idle quality, drive ability and emissions by firing injectors in sequence with the engine's firing order. A more powerful ignition system reduced engine start times, especially in cold temperatures.

The standard 4-speed automatic transmission was redesigned with electronic controls for improved shift quality and rpm shift-point consistency. Also, a safety interlock was added which required depression of the brake pedal in order to shift from "park."

Interior revisions included addition of a passenger-side airbag and knee bolster (and removal of the instrument panel glove-box), new seat and door trim panel designs, finer-weave carpeting, "express down" driver's power window, and a redesigned two-spoke airbag steering wheel. New white instrument graphics turned to tangerine at night. The tire jack was relocated from the exterior spare tire well to an inside compartment behind the passenger seat.

For 1994, all seats were leather. Base and optional "sport" styles were available. Both featured less restrictive bolsters to accommodate a wider range of occupant sizes and for improved entry and exit. Controls for base seats with optional power assist were console-mounted with individual controls for driver and passenger. With sport seats, a single set of power assist controls for both seats was console-mounted. Also, individual motors adjusted the lumbar support for sport seats and these controls (and the side bolster control) were relocated from the seat to the console for 1994. Reclining mechanisms for all 1994 seats were manual.

The rear window for convertibles was changed from plastic to glass and included an in-glass defogger.

Spring rates for RPO FX3 (selective ride control) were lowered to improve ride quality. For the same reason, recommended tire pressures were reduced from 35psi to 3Opsi (except ZRl)

Air conditioning systems were revised to use R-134A refrigerant, a non-ozone depleting CFC substitute.

Optional Goodyear Extended Mobility Tires (RPO WY5) had special bead construction to permit use with no air pressure. The low tire pressure warning system (RPO UJ6) was required because if the tire was run deflated more than about fifty miles, damage could result. However, the safe driving range was substantially farther.

 
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