Options for building that special Stingray—YOURS
Andy Bolig - April 18, 2014 01:00 PM
When it comes to increasing power without harming drivability or economy, few modifications can provide the same bang-for-the-buck as supercharging.
Made of premium grade fiberglass, this custom painted underhood cover package is fabricated just for your Corvette.
The new SC610 Callaway package combines engineering and componentry to produce 610 bhp/556 lbs-ft of torque and 0-60 mph in only 3.4 seconds.
some will look for even more power, others look to improve on the car’s appearance and other still, simply want theirs to stand out from the crowd.
Press and enthusiasts alike bunched up on each other’s shoulders in January to get the first glimpse of Chevy’s newest sportscar, the C7 Corvette, and it has already been peppered with praise and achievements, most recently, being hailed as “Car of the Year” at the North American Auto Show in Detroit.
With so much excitement over the new car and showrooms filled with eager buyers, it doesn’t take long for those fortunate enough to secure seat time in their own C7 to start asking, “How do I personalize it?” The answer to that question is as varied as the number of folks asking it—some will look for even more power, others look to improve on the car’s appearance and other still, simply want theirs to stand out from the crowd. The market will undoubtedly grow to support all of these desires and while not comprehensive, we wanted to take a look at a few areas where enthusiasts might start looking when the time comes to make their Stingrays more to their liking.
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