A couple of months ago we told you about the Revorix Corvette Stingray, a new take on the American sports car by Japanese tuner Rowen, set for debut at the 2014 SEMA show. The car has now done that, and with great success. It was undoubtedly one of the finest tuned ‘Vettes out there.
Pulling off a job like this is not easy, especially at a show like SEMA where there are hundreds of local tuners with years of experience working on Corvettes. But Revorix Corvette Stingray is a job well done and it managed to attract a lot of attention to itself.
The car has a fairly subtle styling kit that is designed to mainly accentuate and emphasize the Stingray’s own beautiful lines. The package consists of a sliding front splitter for better flow, aerodynamic side skirts that create downforce, rear boot lid spoiler and a rear diffuser. Revorix also offers special 20-inch lightweight Racing Monoblock wheels for this car, but no performance tuning for the time being.
So here’s a few nice shots of the RCS at SEMA and in and around Las Vegas. The Convertible is nice, but we are baldy drawn to that white hardtop. It looks so cool!