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Rendering Or Real? This Wild Corvette Has Some Doing A Double Take

Check out this wicked sixth-generation Corvette that has stirred up a real reaction, and find out the cost to duplicate it

With so many radical renderings popping up on social media lately, it’s become challenging to discern what is real and what is the result of a creative imagination. With the advent of AI, it can be nearly impossible to know if you’re being tricked. And you thought the days of Photoshop were deceiving. Just recently I did a piece on two renderings that looked unbelievably real.

Well, in the case of this wild-looking Corvette, it’s most certainly real, and recently took Facebook by storm. Just exactly what is it, how much does it cost to create, and can it be duplicated?

Quick Facts

  • 2007 C6 with ValarraVette Kit
  • Custom Midnight Pearl II paint
  • A&A Supercharger kit
  • LS3 head package with Kooks long tube headers
  • Wilwood Big Brake kit
  • AG wheels with massive 305 mm front and 405 mm rear tires

Rendering or Real Facebook Reaction

Sentiment From the Facebook Community

Cliff Notes: They love it! And want to know how they can duplicate it.

We don’t have an affiliation with the maker of this kit, ValarraVette, but feel compelled to link them up, so click here for more details about this ambitious company and the ingenious creator behind the kit, Matthew Mcentegart.

How Much Is It To Duplicate This Creation?


At first glance, that price seems very reasonable, but by the time you add paint cost, wheels/tires, and the extensive performance upgrades Dave has, you will quickly be reaching $50,000+, and that doesn’t include the donor C6!

What do you think of this wild Custom C6? Were you fooled at first glance? Let me know on our Facebook page what your thoughts are. It’s the place to be for Corvette enthusiasts, so come join the hottest and fastest-growing Corvette Community on Facebook, with over 48,000 new CorvSport followers since January of 2023! Click here to become one of CorvSport’s 167,000 followers, and to engage other hardcore Corvette enthusiasts. See you around, Douglas B.