The C8 Corvette is the most exotic looking Corvette ever made. Mid-engined proportions combined with Corvette design characteristics make for a dramatic and beautiful sports car. But for some, it’s not quite exotic enough, so tuners are slowly trickling out cosmetic modifications and body kits. The latest is the most extreme we’ve seen yet, a C8 Corvette widebody kit by Sigala Designs.
Called the C8RR, the kit almost completely rebodies the Corvette, with nearly every panel beefed up and enlarged. Starting up front, there’s a new hood with many vents, and an extended and low carbon fiber splitter. Get this kit only if you have the front nose lift. From this angle, you can also see the new double bubble roof. Although, keep in mind, these appear to be CGI renderings. The actual kit may vary.
Moving around the side, you can see the significantly wider front and rear fenders, it being a widebody. The front are complete with some Porsche GT3-esque slat vents before abruptly into the doors. The front splitter’s look is carried into the side rocker panels, too. Around back, though, is arguably the most extreme portion of the design.
We’re talking about that rear wing. If you’re missing the canceled high rear wing from Chevrolet themselves, Sigala has you covered. And then some. There’s the “Hi Rise” rear wing (that name doesn’t seem accidental) and the two smaller winglets on either side coming off the rear deck. Finally, there’s a redesigned bumper and diffuser that houses quad, center mounted exhaust. C7 vibes, anyone?
As expected, this price for all this is quite high. Sigala charges you $14,995 for the full C8 Corvette widebody kit in fiberglass, and hikes that up to a whopping $24,995 if you want the full thing in carbon fiber. You also have the option of picking and choosing which parts you want fiberglass and which you want carbon. Sigala also offers many other carbon fiber components for the Corvette and other cars, so it’s safe to assume C8RR widebody kit parts as standalone options
Preorders are open, and Sigala suggests you do soon because they are expecting, “high volumes of sales.” Sounds more like they need enough preorders to fund the project to us, but that may be what it takes to make your C8 stand out from the crowd.
Deliveries are slated for this fall.