/Rendering: Corvette Stingray with C6 Rear-End

Rendering: Corvette Stingray with C6 Rear-End

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The 2014 Corvette is a brand-new car, sharing only two parts with the previous generation. Design-wise, the only resemblance between this and old Corvettes is the profile. The rest of it is new – new and controversial. GM head designer Ed Welburn openly admits that they realized the new design may not sit well with the fans, but they did it to show GM is not afraid of taking risks.

The most controversial part of the new Corvette is its rear-end design with those Camaro-like taillights and black plastic surrounds. It really isn’t that good. Fortunately, help is on the way in form of an aftermarket rear-end with Corvette C6 round taillights. You get to keep the signature quad tailpipes.

This is what we call a simple solution for a big problem. It really looks better the stock design, and anyway, round taillights are the Corvette’s signature dish. So it’s all right.

This kit is just a proposal for the time being, but if they make it, it is going to cost $2,800.


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