SEMA: Chevrolet Corvette concept duo is our kind of East Coast-West Coast battle

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Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Pacific Concept

Chevy Corvette Stingray Convertible Atlantic ConceptCar culture on each coast of the US has historically been markedly different, and Chevrolet aims to show some of the differences with a pair of Corvette concepts at SEMA. Representing the East Coast is the Corvette Stingray Convertible Atlantic concept, while the Corvette Stingray Coupe Pacific concept has the West Coast flair.

The Corvette Pacific concept (shown above) starts with the performance-oriented Z51 package and shows off the more custom look of West Coast car designs with its Torch Red paint contrasted with black rocker extensions and a front splitter. Perhaps the coolest part of this car’s visual tweaks are its black aluminum wheels with red accent stripes.

For the Corvette Atlantic concept, Chevy gave this droptop the same rocker extensions and front splitter as the Pacific concept but managed to keep a more reserved appearance (at least as much as possible for the C7) with a silver paint scheme, grey hood graphics and five-spoke chrome wheels. Our favorite part of this concept might be the Stingray logo embroidered on the center console armrest.

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