Behold the Concept7 which made its debut last week at SEMA. The Concept7 is latest creation from racer Jeff Nowicki and his newly minted Nowicki Autosport Design. The Concept7 takes a stock 2014 Corvette Stingray and mixes in a healthy dose carbon fiber and other mods to create the masterpiece that awaits you after the break.
If that name sounds familiar, that’s because Nowicki was the man behind the Specter Werkes GTR C5 and C6 supervettes.
This particular C7 began life as a Blade Silver coupe sold through Purifoy Chevrolet before the carbon fiber infusion. Included in the enhancements are a carbon fiber heat extractor hood, front grill center bar, front fender gill Inserts, rear taillight bezels, rear spoiler, rear lower diffuser, A-pillar trim, and rear quarter air Intakes. Plus several more items are still in the works. We were especially fond of the HRE Satin Bronze wheels and the blackout treatment on the rear fascia. Put all that together you’ve got what we feel was the coolest C7 at SEMA this year.
The powers to be at SEMA shared our thoughts as well as the Concept7 took home 2 Chevrolet Design Awards. The first honor was for the Best New Chevrolet Accessory and the 2nd was for the Best Chevrolet Corvette. Not too shabby for a car which they’ve only had since October 15th.
Here’s our gallery of the Nowicki Autosport Design Concept7.
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