Three Chevy Corvettes unveiled for SEMA image

Not one or two but three different Chevrolet Corvettes have been officially introduced during the 2014 SEMA Motor Show, in a premiere.

The first one is has been worked on by KISS front man, Paul Stanley, and the result is a one-off vehicle with a Carbon Flash metallic finish which is riding on 19- / 20-inch alloy wheels and with a 6.2 liter LT1 V8 engine under its hood, rated at 460 HP (343 kW) and 629 Nm (465 lb-ft) of torque. The interior design of the model has received quilted leather seats.

Next up comes the one which has been worked on by NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson and this is a 1971 Corvette C3. The model has been equipped with an adjustable coilover suspension, high performance brakes, a new hood, different fenders, 18-inch wheels, leather / suede seats, carbon fiber interior trim, suede wrapped steering wheel and so on. The model has been also equipped with the LT1 crate engine and a Super Magnum six-speed manual transmission.

Last but not least comes the Corvette Z06 Parts concept, which is basically a standard Stingray equipped with some interesting features from the Corvette Z06, including the brakes, stabilizer bars, control arms, Bilstein shocks, 600-watt radiator electric fan, front grille, rear transmission oil cooler, rear quarter panel vents, carbon fiber torque tube, drive shaft couplers, high wing rear spoiler, carbon fiber underbody braces and so on.