C6 Corvette-Based Rossi SixtySix Makes Jump from Vaporware to Real World

C6 Corvette-Based Rossi SixtySix Makes Jump from Vaporware to Real World

C6 Corvette-Based Rossi SixtySix Makes Jump from Vaporware to Real Life

Here are some real world photos of the C6 Corvette-based Rossi SixtySix from its appearance at the Bloomington Gold Corvette show last weekend. While computer renderings are cool in all, it’s refreshing to see a car actually live up to the hype.

We understand from several in attendance at the Bloomington Gold show that the Rossi has generated some considerable buzz. With its split window and other retro design elements, how could it not we ask?

C6 Corvette-Based Rossi SixtySix Makes Jump from Vaporware to Real World C6 Corvette-Based Rossi SixtySix Makes Jump from Vaporware to Real World C6 Corvette-Based Rossi SixtySix Makes Jump from Vaporware to Real World
C6 Corvette-Based Rossi SixtySix Makes Jump from Vaporware to Real World C6 Corvette-Based Rossi SixtySix Makes Jump from Vaporware to Real World  
This Rossi SixtySix is shown painted in Pearl White and the company plans to offer buyers of eight different choices. If that Split Window doesn’t do it for you, a drop top is in the works. Pricing for the Rossi SixtySix hasn’t been released but we have been told it will come in under a $130,000 and that includes a new donor C6. Check out PureRossi.com for more info.


Source:
PureRossi.com

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Chris, do you spend all day on SCNET, BBV, this site, Digital Corvettes? You post everywhere.

    Anyway, the Rossi was a nice looking car, i saw it in St Charles and am very pleased with what they have done. If this is what the next Corvette looked like, i wouldnt complain. The front needs to be a bit redone though.

  2. I agree with Kevin…the front end reminds me way too much of the new Camaro…needs a little more in the front fender arches and something done with that grille opening. Otherwise, I would think about putting my name on the list if they don’t get that C3R up and running.

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