2011 Chevrolet Corvette Top Tuner 5 by ETC Enterprises

We never thought we would see anything as cool as the 1400 HP Camaro Dragster revealed in 2010 by Canadian automotive research and development firm, ECT Enterprises. This Camaro actually belonged to the owner of ECT and was built because the owner had a vision that no one else seemed to grasp. One year later and that vision seems to have spread to another model in Chevrolet’s lineup: the Corvette.

Unheralded Canadian tuner, Elite Tuners of Canada, spent the last four months building and developing an enormously powerful Chevrolet Corvette C6 that it finally unveiled at the 2011 Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto, Canada,

The new Corvette Top Tuner 5 , as it’s being called, is a specially developed race-inspired Chevrolet Corvette that features a new LSX 376 Crate Motor from GM Performance and Pro Charger F1R, producing a staggering total output of 920 horsepower and 700 lb/ft of torque.

More details on the Chevrolet Corvette Top Tuner 5 after the jump.

Source: WCF

In addition to the massive performance boost given to the engine, the ETC Corvette Top Tuner 5 was also dressed with a custom wide-body kit, to go with carbon fiber accents on the spoiler courtesy of APR Performance. ETC also dressed up the Corvette’s body with a unique Gold Rush multi-coat candy color finish. The Corvette Top Tuner 5 also sits on a set of custom iForgeed Legacy V2 wheels wrapped in ultra-wide Pirelli tires.

Inside the car, ETC added a custom roll cage on the tuned-up Corvette C6 to go with a newly installed STACK system and a Pioneer sound system.

We’re pleasantly surprised that a Canadian tuning firm would be responsible for modifying a Corvette C6 to this degree. Not that those guys don’t know anything about the wonderful world of car modification, but with so many aftermarket shops in the US, you would’ve thought that this program was built here and not north of the border. Nonetheless, we have to give props to the awesome job done by Elite Tuners of Canada. A 900-horsepower Corvette is no small task by any stretch of the imagination.


12 comments:

Yes, its too big for a coupe version. Anyways, although it has huge body it doesn’t affect the performance of this car. However, I think 920 hp for a daily used car, 50 hp is just enough.

I never thought that a wider body kit cam be look good when combined with a carbon fiber materials! I like the clean and decent detailing of this car. However, the funny side is this car is quiet bigger and wider for a coupe version.

I agree with you Jackson_white, they really did an amazing job, its not really an easy task but they did! I really love Chevy Corvette!

The bonnet is kind of impressive, its not the usual styling for that part it really makes me wonder on whats the point of designing that way?

ETC did an amazing work. They have successfully stretch the engine performance of the car up to 900 hp! That was tough task!

This Corvette is certainly showroom material, what with all that flashy chrome parts. But I hope that they have also upped the performance of this car to be a complete package.

Yeah, and they should also feature it in Pimp My Ride too. This is definitely the way that you go with a Corvette if you want to get lots of attention.

This one definitely deserves a shot in any car show. The exterior is definitely something with that glossy orange finish. And they really went out there with the 920 hp engine.

Car such as Vette and GrandSport are damn amazing car but both have high pricetag. I think GS would have a great value once drive in high speed circuit. And its so hard for me to get excited on Corvette.

Some great shots. Really like the M6 shot and the Jag,and the Viper,and several Vette shots are amazing.

Lot of domestics... but then again it can’t be called American if can’t do a burnout. i like just about all of them, but the very last one of the Jag XFR is the prettiest photo taken

Lot of domestics... but then again it can’t be called American if can’t do a burnout. i like just about all of them, but the very last one of the Jag XFR is the prettiest photo taken

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