This is a manufacturer owned vehicle, with customer deliveries set to kick off in the spring - hat tip to Redditor l0_0I for the image (and for his username choice).
The front splitter of the C7 ZR1 seems to be ready for snow plowing duties. As long as the thing's surface would be kept safe by PPF (Paint Protection Film), it should have no issue coping with a bit of resistance from the white stuff.
After all, the carbon fiber end caps splitter is part of the optional ZTK Performance Package, which also involves the generous wing you see adorning the posterior of the supercar (by the way, the wing is tied into the chassis). And this pack allows the newcomer to one-up the Z07 Performance Package-fitted Corvette Z06 by 60 percent in terms of the downforce.
The list of ZTK goodies also includes Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires and we're asuming that the car has gone through a rubber swap - not only would the summer-only Cup 2s be unfit for the season, but they could also develop cracks when used in such an environment.
Speaking of the 2019 Corvette ZR1, we might just see the market arrival of the supercar being spice-up with a Nurburgring production car lap record.
Despite countless maximum attack mode ZR1 Ring laps shown in spy footage, Chevy has yet to announced the Green Hell number of the Corvette range-topper, only dropping hints in the press release: "The 2019 Corvette ZR1 goes on sale next spring, poised to take on the world’s best. It’s good to be the King,"