The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is one of the most exciting C8s you can see thanks to the many bold changes.
The first aspect of this ‘Vette’ is the wide body kit bathed in carbon fiber and derived from the Anderson Composite. This package includes carbon fiber front and rear bumper, splitter, canard, rear diffuser, quarter panel and carbon fiber rocker panel and door opener. The corvette is equipped with carbon fiber doors, wing mirrors, roof panels and a carbon hood.
Of course, no widebody kit made from carbon fiber will be cheap and it is no different. In fact, it costs 19,999 and does not include doors, hoods, roof panels, rear wings and mirrors that are sold separately.
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What sets this Corvette apart is a set of ADV.1 wheels, more specifically the ADV005 Flowspec series. These wheels measure 20 × 10.5 on the front and 21 × 10.5 on the rear and have a platinum finish opposite the carbon fiber body panel. These wheels have Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires wrapped around them.
Several aftermarket tuners have already introduced the widebody kit for the C8 Corvette, although this is probably our favorite of Anderson Composites. The seagull is one of the most overhanging designs and consists of 32 pieces, including an overhauled front and rear fascia and a huge rear wing. Seagular kits made from fiberglass cost $ 14,995 and শেষ 24,995 when finished with carbon fiber. The DuraFlexAero Grand’s widebody kit also takes a different approach, with quite a head-turner and open screw and a full front flared arch with unique front and rear bumpers.