Chevrolet Corvette C6 By Innotech

nnotech, Czech Republic independent car manufacturer, has unveiled its custom Chevrolet Corvette which is based on the 2005 – 2009 C6 Corvette coupe and convertible.

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Innotech, Czech Republic independent car manufacturer, has unveiled its custom Chevrolet Corvette which is based on the 2005 – 2009 C6 Corvette coupe and convertible.

The Innotech Chevrolet Corvette C6 styling upgrade is influenced more by Italian design which consists of a new front and rear fascia, new Innotech rear window side louvres and a choice of stock or louvered hood. All Innotech body parts are made of fiberglass or carbon fiber and a wide body kit will also be available for the C6 coupe and convertible.

Inside, the upgrades include fine Italian or English leather and optional carbon fiber seats with leather upholstery.

The Innotech Corvettes are powered by modified 6.0-liter LS2 or 6.2-liter LS3 producing 500 hp – 560 hp for naturally aspirated engines, or 600 hp – 1,000 hp for supercharged or twin-turbocharged engines. The engines are mated with Corvette 6-speed manual or automatic transmissions.

The exhaust system has also been upgraded with modified headers, mufflers and tips for better flow, sound and appearance. The Innotech Corvette stands on HRE or Forgeline forged aluminum 9×19”wheels at the front and 12×20” at the rear and optional Dymag carbon-magnesium wheels. The car uses BAER or Brembo 14” (355 mm) or 15” (380 mm) ventilated, drilled and slotted rotors with 4 or 6-piston callipers.

Innotech will also develop a customised C6 Speedster, C6 Z06 and ZR1 in 2009. The Innotech cars will be assembled in the USA and the modified parts as well as complete cars will be delivered worldwide.

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