Ahead of this week's SEMA show in Las Vegas, which begins tomorrow, Chevy has debuted a slew of concepts that will be shown at the Las Vegas Convention Center.. the latest unveiling consist largely of Camaros, Corvettes and one SS Sedan.
The blue beauty that is the Corvette Stingray Gran Turismo Concept (right) looks ready to race with a slew of modifications including the striking, enduro-style, yellow-tinted headlights. Chevy left the Stingray's engine alone and focused on the exterior with a custom body kit and few carbon-fiber details, including the rear wing, hood and front splitter. The optional Competition Seats have been reupholstered, while racing harnesses have been fitted for both passenger and driver.
Chevy is also bringing a pair of Atlantic and Pacific-themed Corvettes to the show, with the former being the sole Stingray Convertible to get modified. The Atlantic Concept (above, left) is exclusively cosmetic, featuring a custom exterior paint scheme, and 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels. The cabin also sports a windscreen, custom luggage and unique floormats. The Pacific variant is spicier, although that's just how it was born - the Stingray Z51 Coupe is, like the Atlantic variant, solely cosmetic. Features like a carbon-fiber hood and a unique, flat-bottomed steering wheel add some style, as do the unique, 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels.
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