Leave it to the Germans to make American cars better.
German tuning firm GeigerCars has just unleashed this beautiful, and extremely powerful, rendition of the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Fitted with an Eaton supercharger, the company has managed to improve the C7's 6.2-liter V8 engine, bringing its power output up from 455 horsepower to 590 hp. It also produces a manic 558 lb-ft of torque. This has facilitated a new top speed for the Stingray – nearly 200 mph. Above the hood, Geiger has fitted the Vette with a host of visual and performance upgrades.
For starters, it has received a set of KW variant three-way adjustable coilovers, lowering the car 10-35mm in the front and 15-45mm in the back. It has also been given a new set of whhels, measuring 19x9.5 (front) and 20x11 (rear). A new bodykit, complete with a power dome, side skirts, rear diffuser, a bootlid lip spoiler and new tailpipes has also been fitted. The car is now listed by Geiger at 113,000 euros.