There is no denying that the Corvette is an excellent car and great value for money. What it isn't, is exclusive. You see Corvettes everywhere (if you live in the US) and the result is that they're unlikely to get more than yawn from anyone unable to spot the differences between the common base models and the more hardcore versions like the Z01. For those who want a special-looking Corvette, there has always been the option of special Italian coachwork.
The problem is that many of the Italian coachbuilders who tackle the Corvette take their designs to the kind of extremes that turn off many customers, example A would be the Bertone Mantide. So let's say you want something that gives the Corvette just the right amount of Italian flair, enough to make it special, but not so much that it looks like a Hot Wheels car. In that case, what you want is a Soleil Anadi Corvette, which will be making its first appearance at Top Marques Monaco.