The 2014 Kerbeck Corvette model's design features smooth surface transitions that allow air to flow at very high speeds. It also features a Stingray logo on the front fender.
The aerodynamics used in the design of the 2014 Kerbeck Corvette model is of a unique class. The engineers and designers used advanced computer-aided modelling programs to foresee and track the airflow below and through the Corvette body. The exterior enhancements include LED lighting, its HID Xenon low or high beam headlamps, and the finish around the lamps and grille, which all contribute to a sophisticated front look.
The redesigned LED high-mounted centre stop lamp integrated into the rear spoiler, the large exhaust tips and the exclusive four element tail lamp design are worthy of note. It has five highly functional air vents that contribute to cooling and reducing the lift. This model comes with a removable body color carbon-fiber roof panel.
The interior of the Corvette was remodelled to be driver-centric. It features entirely redesigned lightweight magnesium frames and bolstering as well as performance improvements. A driver-oriented cockpit, new steering wheel design, configurable driver or infotainment screens, and premium materials give a refined and chic look to the interior.
This model is powered by a 6.2L LT1 V8 engine. Additionally, its performance enhancements include a driver mode selector, electric power steering, a power tilt and telescoping steering column, electronic slip differential, eight-way power seats and a seven-speed manual transmission.