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I like it, but I think the fender line is going to be too high in relation to the rest of the car. Wish it "swooped" down more as it approached the a-pillar and door. Also notice the wheels are different than the split-5 spokes we've seen before... standard 5-spoke.
Shoulder "wings" are for support. The holes are there for a customer that ends up adding harnesses. Many HPDE groups won't let you run a harness unless the seat has provisions for them to pass through. GM engineers attend all the NCM Corvette HPDE groups and I'm sure that was a bit of feedback they listened to.
I hope those are an option and not the standard seat.
Might be ok for you racers but to me they are fugly.
The steering wheel looks pretty close to the ZL1 too.
Can't wait to see the finished product but I'm not sure I care for most of what I'm seeing so far. There's already a ZL1. We don't need a two seat version and that's the way the C7 looks to be going IMO. Very square looking like most of the new muscle cars.
I wouldn't pay any attention to wheels other than the type/size of rubber they are using. Its just too easy to swap wheels.
The seats definitely look interesting
18 corvette's and counting!
Current=2006 M6 Coupe
Very square looking like most of the new muscle cars.
Look how much the rocker flares out as it flows into the quarter panel. I think the padding under the camo is really flattening out the car. I think it will be very curvy when we finally see the full thing.
Originally Posted by Process Black
The look a LOT like the Centennial Concept Wheels.