Corvette Sting Ray making a come back
As General Motors fights for its life, we are unlikely to a new Chevrolet Corvette anytime soon. So the Stingray Concept revealed in Chicago will likely only hit the streets as Sideswipe in the latest Transformers flick.
But that won’t stop custom car companies from going retro with the Corvette. n2a just got finished getting the Corvette-based Anteros ready for production, now its turing its attention to the past with a modern interpretation of the Sting Ray.
So far n2a has committed to taking three Corvette ZR1 chassis and reskining them. This these cars should be instantly recognizable as the C2, including the split rear window from the 1963 models. Because the drivetrain won’t be touched, the 638 hp LS9 V8 engine should still make the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 3.4 secs, and top speed (depending on aerodynamics of the kit) should be around 205 mph.