While we wait for the inevitable higher-powered versions of the eighth-generation Corvette, lots of artists are heading to their computers and giving us a sneak peek of what they think those models might look like.
A fellow named Daniel Händler has come up with this idea, which shows a C8 in a yellow that hasn’t yet been added to the Corvette’s palette.
The most noticeable differences in Daniel’s version are the huge tires front and rear with yellow-lettering and the huge rear spoiler.
Those tires seem to make this Corvette sit higher, perhaps erasing the need to spring for the front end lift option.
Elsewhere, the widebody features large wheel arches to cover the upper part of those big Michelin tires, while tapering at the lower edge to show just how big they are. Likewise, the front end is wider and has air vents located in front of the doors.
Also included by Händler are a front end lip, an abbreviated rocker accent, a black stinger hood, and a Stingray logo on the top of the windshield. The rear end also has quad exhaust outlets in the center, a nod to the spy photos of the presumed Z06 that is being tested now, flanked by diffusers on each side.
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