V7 Twin Turbo Corvette Concept Makes SEMA Splash

V7 Twin Turbo Corvette Concept Makes SEMA Splash

V7 Twin Turbo Corvette Concept Makes SEMA Splash

For months we’ve been watching the progress on American Supercars 1963 split window inspired Mid-engine Corvette Concept called the V7 Twin Turbo and finally the car was ready for its introduction at SEMA. The concept is an engineering marvel, boasting an LS1 with twin turbos in a mid-engine layout. On the dyno, the V7 churned out 1,067 horsepower and 980 pounds of tourque.

The makers of the V7 are already making promises for next year’s SEMA show: A 1966 Supercharged Mid-engine Droptop. Visit the American Supercars website for their gallery of photos of the V7 at SEMA.


Source:
American Supercars Inc.

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SEMA Corvette Super Coupe Concept

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