This thing looks insane.
Build a sports car, and someone will find a way to modify it. This has most certainly been the case with the new Chevrolet C8 Corvette, which might be relatively new to the scene, but has already been extensively modified. The C8 Corvette is by no means a dull-looking car, and it's mid-engine layout, a first for Chevrolet, gives this American hero a truly exotic look that wouldn't look out of place on the roads of Italy. But as always, the aftermarket scene will find a way to make things look better, or worse. Pandem, a Japanese based tuning company responsible for all kinds of crazy builds has finally released its much-anticipated widebody kit for the C8, and it sure is something.
Pandem hasn't tried in the slightest to keep its C8 kit looking subdued and "classy", instead the company has gone balls to the wall, and the end result is a car that looks more like a Hot Wheels car than an actual working vehicle. The Pandem kit transforms the front-end with a low-lying spoiler, but the most aggressive changes can be found on the side and rear of the car. Pandem has squared off the fenders and widened them beyond comprehension, the new side sills are also a hair away from grinding some tar. The rear features a glorious spoiler that's large enough to serve as a picnic table, and the rear diffuser and bumper get some winged add-ons.
The kit consists of a front lip ($1,000), a set of side skirts ($1,200), front and rear fenders at $1,800 a set, and that glorious wing ($1,200). If you buy the full kit, it will cost you only $7,000; not bad for such an amazing transformation. The black car pictured has been spotted cruising along Californian roads, so expect to see a lot more on the streets soon.