Californian studio conceived Corvette without headlights and windshieldOctober 18, 2020
California-based tuning company Competition Carbon is preparing several variations of the eighth generation Chevrolet Corvette with radical changes in appearance.
Upcoming modifications will include a version without windshield and headlights. The novelties will debut at the 2021 SEMA tuning show. This information on Saturday, October 18, was shared by the Muscle Cars & Trucks agency.
All modifications will differ from the standard “Corvette” by the presence of an extended body and a different design of the front part and stern, large air intakes above the engine, and exhaust pipes still moved up.
The speedster will not have factory headlights, and for customers of a sports car with a standard body (with a removable roof section), this solution will be optional. They will be replaced by LED running lights. It is noted that for the manufacture of new body elements, fiber-reinforced plastic, carbon and Kevlar are used, and most of the parts will be 3D printed. The atelier promises that the finished cars will completely repeat the copies shown on the renders.
The projected cost of the Corvette transformation is 15-30 thousand dollars, depending on the materials selected. The studio plans to produce 6 – 10 modernized sports cars with a basic body per year and 2 – 3 speedsters.
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