The legendary American tuner just dropped a video showing two of its 2020 Corvettes undergoing testing on what GM Authority believes to be Pittsburgh International Race Complex in Wampum, Pa., and at the end of the flick, Lingenfelter announced that it will release information about its upgrades on Nov. 9.
In the video, we see and hear a Sebring Orange Tintcoat Lingenfelter C8 that has been fitted with Corsa headers and exhaust, a carbon fiber Performance Design intake manifold, and Vossen Evo Series aluminum alloy wheels inside Continental Extreme Contact tires. Other notable differences include a front splitter and rear wing, both done in carbon fiber.
Also shown is a yellow and black Lingenfelter, though we’re not provided with any details about this particular car. Perhaps that will be announced in November, too.
While all tuners have been hindered by the apparently unbreakable ECU, we’re sure Lingenfelter will still have some impressive news next month, based on its heritage of powerful upgrade kits as well as the fact that the company says both of the cars in the video passed the testing with “flying colors.”
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