New aftermarket company to launch at SEMA with C7 Corvette

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I guess if you’re looking to roll out a new company at SEMA, the Corvette is a pretty good  car to come out of the gate with.

Well, at least that’s what Revorix, a new aftermarket company launching in Anaheim, California, is hoping for. The Japanese-funded company will make its debut at the Las Vegas show that opens Nov. 4, with the Revorix Corvette Package that will be sold in the U.S. as well as other countries.

The package has already supposedly been approved as the official C7 upgrade package by GM Japan. Revorix’s mantra is, “Maximize performance to an already high-performance vehicle.” The company executes that with features like lighter wheels and an aerodynamic body kit.

In short, don’t expect any engine upgrades with Revorix, which I think might be a tough sell here in the States.

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