Revorix, a new player in the field of automotive customization, will premiere a modified Corvette C7 Stingray at the 2014 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada from November 4 through November 7. They have selected the C7 to showcase their new line of automotive customization products that initially includes body panels and wheels.
The company, in partnership with Rowen Japan, has set up shop in Anaheim, California with the singular aim of making products that give customers the “ultimate in functional beauty.” They will begin with the Revorix Corvette Package at SEMA with sales in the United States and products available globally. The Corvette Package includes monoblock wheels that are lightweight, yet designed to withstand the most aggressive driving and a state-of-the-art body kit.
Noted designer Mr. Takayoshi Hiei, CEO of Rowen, was the chief designer of the body kit, which has already been approved as the official upgrade package by GM Japan. The kit includes a new front spoiler lip, revised grille, sport hood, new side skirts, a revised rear diffuser with additional fins, and a rear wing. In view of the company’s objective to “Maximize performance of an already high-performance vehicle” with lighter wheels and aerodynamic body kits, we don’t expect to see any engine upgrades.
Revorix custom packages will be distributed in the U.S. by Defenderworx and the custom Corvette may be seen at the Defenderworx display, booth #21252, at SEMA.