Corvette Z06 Black Widow by Mookster Sitting on HRE Wheels


A Corvette Z06 has been given a fearsome red-and-black theme by Mookster of Seattle.

The Chevrolet Corvette Z06 boasts a powerful 7.0-liter V8 engine capable of propelling the American supercar from 0-60mph in 3.7 seconds and to a top speed of 198mph. When that kind of power is deemed sufficient enough for a Corvette owner, what is the next logical step in terms of desiring a tune? New wheels and an aggressive body kit, of course. One particular Corvette Z06 owner decided to throw on a black finish thanks to the crew over at Mookster out of Seattle, Washington, along with a set of new HRE P40SC wheels.

The black-finished wheels look terrific with a custom billet aluminum center cap finished in red. The black-and-red theme was carried up onto the body of the powerful Corvette, for a terrific look and a new title, the 'Black Widow.' The finished product is certainly a beauty, with Mookster and HRE Wheels both to thank. Check out the Black Widow Chevrolet Corvette Z06 in the gallery below.

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