The new concept Chevrolet Corvette C7 has redesigning an special icon one as popular and well-known as the Chevrolet by transportation design student James Robbins. This be has renderings look like a logical next step in the car’s design evolution, though we’re not fans of some of the details. We particularly like the rear end’s reimagination of the Corvette’s signature round taillamps, albeit perhaps without some of the edgy detailing on the car’s hood.
The front end styling a little too conservative and I feel that more could be done with the greenhouse. The overall design is good but difficult to say whether it was because tweaking Mr. Robbins’ or C6 is a good proportion.
Think of it as a C6.5, a stopgap measure between the current gen Corvette and a future C7 model. The design brief required Mr. Robbins to use the basic proportions of the C6, which limited what could be done with the design.