The third concept Corvette shown by Chevrolet last week at SEMA was the Corvette Stingray Pacific Concept. The Pacific is the bookend to the Grand Turismo and Atlantic concepts we’ve already shown you, and its styling was drawn from the west coast’s unique culture of speed and style.
The track-inspired Corvette Stingray Pacific wears Torch Red paint on the exterior. That bright red paint is set off by a carbon fiber hood and roof panel. The 19 inch front and 20 inch rear wheels are satin black with red accent stripes. Down low there is a satin-black front splitter as well as rocker extensions. The Pacific also sports a rear spoiler covered in Carbon Flash Metallic paint and as well as corresponding Carbon Flash graphics treatment.
The carbon fiber theme carries over to the interior with a snazzy carbon fiber trim kit. Other performance inspired features include Competition Sport seats and a flat-bottom steering wheel. All that performance and style rides on the extremely popular Z51 performance package.
Like all Z51’s, the mighty LT1 engine gets the dry-sump oiling system. The cooling and braking systems are upgraded and there’s the electronic limited-slip differential mounted out back. The LT1’s 460hp gets to the rear wheels via a 7-speed manual transmission.
Best of all, just like the Atlantic concept, most of the accessories on the Pacific are available for owners to purchase and add to their own Corvettes.
Enjoy our look at the Corvette Stingray Pacific Concept below.
Here is a walk around video the 2014 Corvette Stingray Pacific Concept:
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