Chevrolet has manufactured several V8 engines over time, some with different torque output in specific applications. The Generation IV/V line of small-block V8 engines in production as of 2015 generates between 335 and 680 foot-pounds of torque, depending on the specific engine and tune level.
The most powerful version of the current lineup of Chevrolet V8 engines is the LSX 454R, a crate engine primarily intended for use in drag racing vehicles. Its 680 foot-pound torque output gives it a peak power output of 770 horsepower. The most powerful V8 used in any production Chevrolet is used in the 2015 Corvette Z06, which produces 650 foot-pounds of torque and 650 horsepower.