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Slammed Widebody C8 Corvette Stingray Looks Virtually Ready for a Z06 Brawl

Chevrolet may have rocked the zero-emission pickup truck world and, to a lesser extent, the crossover SUV segment with its Silverado, Equinox, and Blazer EVs. But sports car fans still only have ICE eyes for the C8.
Slammed Widebody C8 Chevy Corvette Stingray rendering by musartwork 6 photos
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This is, of course, until Chevrolet officially pulls the sustainable wraps off its upcoming C8 Corvette E-Ray. But let us not get electrified ahead of ourselves, because aficionados still need to contend with choosing between a Stingray and the newly introduced, track-focused, wider Z06.

It is going to be a tough choice, if we come to think about it, as both have their unquestionable perks. And also, some disadvantages. But how about leveling up the playing field a little, if only virtually? Well, that’s an orange-and-black job for Musa Rio Tjahjono, the JDM-loving virtual artist better known as musartwork on social media.

The pixel master, who is not only the Head Designer at the outrageously cool West Coast Customs but also an avid JDM aficionado, has seemingly decided to have a little American fun with a C8. It is not surprising, as occasional breaks from the world of Japanese autos have been spectacularly dwelling on his social media page before.

This time around, this slammed widebody C8 Chevy Corvette Stingray looks decidedly ready for any foe. Including the OEM-wide C8 Z06 if you ask us. Alas, beauty is always in the eye of the beholder, so we are not going to hold it against anyone if this orange-and-glossy-black beauty is not everyone’s cup of tea.

Although, if our own two cents are permitted, it would not be due to lack of traying from the CGI expert’s behalf. After all, Musa went out of his way to portray this Stingray. He even opted out of his regular JDM-series, winglet-infused aerodynamic kit. Perhaps he did not see it fit on this wide C8 creation, which also comes complete with a neat set of Savini wheels.




 
 
 
 
 

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