Nowicki Autosport will be on hand at SEMA next week to release Concept7, its newest project car. The 2014 Chevy Corvette will be at its booth (#24243) throughout the entire SEMA show (November 5th through 8th) at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Concept7 was designed by Jeff Nowicki and was built to embrace the bold new direction of the newest generation of Corvette while offering C7 owners an entire collection of exposed carbon fiber components.
"We're very excited to be able to reveal the Corvette Concept7 at SEMA," said Nowicki. "The 7th generation Corvette is the perfect platform for these components and partnering with Mobil 1, Michelin, Brembo, HRE Wheels, Sankuer Composite Technologies, T.F.B. Plastics, BASF, and Purifoy Chevrolet made it possible to complete the build in time for SEMA."
"Corvette C7 owners can choose Concept7 components to suit their own level of taste and individuality," added Nowicki. "Each Concept7 component is produced from the finest carbon fiber composites and built to exacting standards with an eye on fit, finish and production quality."
Included in the collection of Concept7 carbon fiber enhancements are:
• Heat Extractor Hood
• Carbon Front Grille Center Bar
• Fender Gill Inserts
• Rear Taillight Bezels
• Rear Spoiler
• Rear Lower Diffuser
• Carbon "A" Pillar trim
• Rear Quarter Air Intakes
• Carbon Wheel House Flares (to accommodate larger wheel package)
Keep it locked right here for more on Concept7 from SEMA and plenty of other awesome SEMA Corvettes!