I'm still calling rubbish on 3.16 0-100kph, because AutoBild tested without rollout and especially with 10.94 0-200 time that can't happen. Maybe they meant 3.61, not 3.16? Typing error? Maybe this was done on a dragstrip and not on a prepped track?
A C7 Z06 or ZR1 can barely do that with a rollout. Normally European mags don't use dragstrips or rollouts, but it appears AutoBild is an American wolf in German sheep's clothing. 3.16 seconds, to 62 MPH?! That's around 3.00 or even 2.95 to 60 mph, and not one American mag got close to that even on optional tires, VHT-prep dragstrip, with rollout.
The C8 Stingray does 2.8-2.9 with rollout, but that car is rear-mid-engined and relies on a dual-clutch transmission, so the C6 ZR1 is not doing 3.0 without a rollout anytime soon. The best ANY American mag ever got was maybe 3.3, if not 3.2 seconds (the best a Gen5 Viper got by Car & Driver).
To add: 11.3 (with rollout, 11.0-11.1) in the ¼mile after 10.9 0-200 (with rollout, 10.6-10.7) is approximately 203-204kph finishing speed, which is 126mph. That's very telling of how a ZR1 can't manage a 3.0 0-60 time.
I will admit though, the Germans ARE better at testing American cars than the Americans are — for the most part. But AutoBild is the same mag that got an 11.4-11.5 (with rollout) at a 212kph passing speed with their non-Redeye Hellcat. Ironically, though, they got around 12.8-12.9 (with rollout, possibly at 177-183kph) with a Shelby GT350. I generally wouldn't trust that source regarding American cars and trucks.
Using Auto Bild's numbers:¼mile in 11.3s@126mph (WITH rollout, not without)
3.4 to 60 mph (but without rollout)
translates to 3.1-3.2... but to 60...certainly not a 3.2 to 62 mph