Geiger-tuned C7 Corvette Stingray promises 590 hp, 558 lb-ft of torque
Output specs still slightly below factory Z06 build.
German tuner GeigerCars has had a chance to upgrade the C7 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, adding a supercharger and other goodies to significantly boost power output.
The Eaton blower promises to add an extra 130 horsepower and 93 lb-ft of torque, for a grand total of 590 ponies and 558 lb-ft of twist. The numbers aren't too far below the factory flagship Z06 build.
Aside from the forced induction, Geiger also added new coilover suspension that allows the owner to drop the front and rear ride height. The 'Vette is lighter than stock, thanks to a carbon-fiber body kit that accommodates wider 19- and 20-inch wheels.
Some of the carbon fiber is left bare, highlighting the front splitter, side sills and rear spoiler, among other components.
European buyers face a 113,000-euro (~$145,000 USD) price tag for Geiger's C7, though many of the upgrades can be purchased and installed à la carte.