First Pictures of the Corvette-based SV 9 Competizione

First Pictures of the Corvette-based SV 9 Competizione

 First Pictures of the Corvette-based SV 9 Competizione

A week ago we introduced you to the SV 9 Competizione, the new Corvette-based custom coach from SV Motor Company. The SV 9C was conceived, designed and assembled in just 10 months which is an amazing feat in the automotive industry. To make the concept happen, SV Motors teamed up with an all-star team that included Pratt & Miller, Corvid Technologies and others. Today we’re happy to present you with real-world pics from the car’s debut last week in San Francisco.

The 9 Competizione mixes US performance with the aesthetic characteristics the finest Italian road cars. While the exterior features the most radical changes with its new carbon fiber body, we really like what SV has done on the inside. Check out the two-tone leather and burlwood interior and particularly the wood finished accents on the steering wheel. Nice.

The 9C will be limited to just 1,000 cars and the cost is just under $100,000. Check out SV Motor Company for reservations and further details.

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The SV 9 Competizione    


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SV Motor Company

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First Look: Corvette-Based SV 9 Competizione Ready to Impress

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3 COMMENTS

  1. man that thing is SICK! I like it. thats the best looking front end on a "rebadged" vette I’ve seen yet!

  2. Gorgeous! But what’s with the Competizione in the name? Isn’t that Italian for competition? How much of its gorgeousness, and the cost of that gorgeousness, would you have to undo to race one these?

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