2005 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible C6 Concept at 2004 SEMA review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 23 March 2006 , 11:03:03 byEmil

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 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible C6 Concept at 2004 SEMA

The sixth-generation, all-new 2005 Corvette is already considered a benchmark performance vehicle. For the enthusiast, however, such a benchmark is just a starting point to build something even better. Special high-performance features produce an estimated 25-horsepower boost to the LS2 engine's normal 400-hp output. Added to this power are subtle styling features that put this Victory Red Corvette convertible on an even faster track.


LS2 V-8 with custom air box and CNC-machined cylinder heads that increase the engine's horsepower to approximately 425

Short-throw shifter for the six-speed manual transmission; shifter is topped with an aluminum shift knob

Aluminum parking brake handle complements new look of shifter

Suspension dropped to lowest level recommended by factory specifications

Free-flow exhaust system engineered by Borla Performance Industries

Storage options increase with addition of pouches behind front seats

Rear-mounted CD/DVD system facilitates inclusion of a DVD-based navigation system

10-spoke polished aluminum wheels

Body-colored engine trim covers

Body-colored interior trim pieces

Aluminum door sill plates

Functional wind screen / blocker

Tasteful body stripe