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Sinister C8 Chevy Corvette Rides Smoked and Stealthy to Fulfill Realtor Dreams
Just in case anyone needs more proof that “America’s sports car” is a true blank canvas to make your own – even in its reinvented mid-engine C8 form – here is a dark and menacing example looking posh and fully customized.

Sinister C8 Chevy Corvette Rides Smoked and Stealthy to Fulfill Realtor Dreams

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The legend was born late during the 1953 model year, and America’s automotive landscape never looked the same afterward. First appearing at the 1953 General Motors Motorama, held in January that year at the New York Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, the Chevrolet Corvette immediately mesmerized the entire world with its fiberglass body, sneaky V8 performance, and classy yet sporty looks.

Evolution came forth and quickly morphed the ‘Vette into the definitive “American sports car,” something that only had two seats and two doors but stoked the envy of everyone – from the entire family to quarter-mile dragstrip competitors, and anyone in between. Today, the legacy continues with the bonkers mid-engine C8 iteration.

And even after more than three years since the coupe’s official debut in July 2019, it still elicits strong feelings even from VIPs. A good case in point could be made courtesy of 20-year-old automotive customization shop 503 Motoring, an aftermarket outlet that just wrapped up “another unreal project” for a good friend and client. Well, they want to keep this buyer extremely happy, since the project car belongs to Aaron Rian, the entrepreneur and CEO of The Brokerage House Realtors that ranks (according to the Wall Street Journal) as the 32nd best realtor in the world!

The affluent owner is no stranger to posh rides – his latest whips include a monochromatic Mercedes-Benz G-Class along with a Nardo Gray 2022 Mercedes-Maybach lowered on AG Luxury Wheels by 503 Motoring and styled to resemble Kim Kardashian’s latest design for her ritzy members of the affluent garage. Anyway, the C8 “Batmobile” is not only “ready for takeoff,” but also a bit different from the owner’s norm.

So, instead of a bonkers SUV or ultra-luxury limousine, this is a fully customized C8 sports car that’s dark and menacing (even sinister, according to 503 Motoring) as it features a complete RSC (Racing Sports Concepts) aerodynamic carbon fiber aero kit plus ducktail, a nice set of stealthy Vossen forged wheels, a Fabspeed performance upgrades exhaust setup, and Paragon lowering suspension components.

That is not all, though, as the creepy atmosphere is completed with help from a MaxPro tint and smoked lighting plus emblems to make sure there is little to no color contrast. Alas, as always, there is at least one crimson hint to derail the menacing look – this time around they kept the red brake calipers instead of color-matching them to the Vossen aftermarket wheels’ hue.

Of course, with this being fully customized yet decidedly subtle, it might not be your outrageous C8 cup of tea. No worries, we have that covered as well, courtesy of the Los Angeles, California-based forged wheel experts at Forgiato, who could not help but flaunt (on social media) a recent build from Dallas-based dealer Omars Wheels.

Naturally, the latter has all the makings of something that will easily stand out in any crowd, as the stunning crimson paintjob is contrasted by the gold-finished turbine-style Forgiato wheels like there is no custom tomorrow. So, which one is the right kind of C8 poison for you – a sinister ‘Vette acting as a real-world Batmobile or something flashy that screams look at me from every angle? And once you settled on a favorite, how about imagining what kind of bonkers stuff will happen with the Z06 once it gets unleashed on the market?










 
 
 
 
 

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