The custom Corvette, recently showcased at the Essen Motor Show in Germany, was created by the German tuning company Prior Design. The modified C7 features a completely different front fascia with a carbon-fiber diffuser, carbon side skirts, widened wheel arches and Aristo forged wheels.
Click the image above for a logo-free version of this weekly wallpaper featuring a matte yellow Lingenfelter C7 at SEMA.
This C5 Corvette is from Green Hell. We wish “Green Hell” meant it was tuned extensively on the Nürburgring, but depressingly, that’s not what Green Hell means for this ‘Vette.
After finally getting their hands on the Corvette, Abbes, a small company based in Luxembourg, has rolled out its spin on America’s sports car.
Do you think it’s outrageous to spend $100,000 to mod a $20,000 C5 Corvette? What if that $100,000 is spent swapping all the car’s fiberglass body panels for carbon fiber pieces?