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C7 Corvette Custom Forged Wheels.

C7 Corvette Custom Forged Wheels.

Custom C7 Corvette on deep concave forged rims.

C7 Corvette Custom Forged Wheels, C7 Z06 Corvette Wheels with the LOMA TrackSpec® Technology will give you the ample opportunity of racing the car on weekends while still enjoying our 24-month warranty on your new rims. C7 Corvette custom forged wheels, C7 Z06 Corvette wheels have this type of warranty only in our house. Choose from different variations such as 1-piece Monoblock, 2-piece, or 3-piece custom wheels. This Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06 has been modified with some headers, xpipe, exhaust system, chiptune, coil-over suspension, and of course, LOMA RS1 Superlight wheels. Custom forged concave wheels should be a must for every car enthusiast because custom rims are something that pops out at every angle at any time. Alloy wheels are always the cherry on top for every modification. It displays very well what type of owner you are. Are you the more sportive or a kind of gentlemen? Well, the style and color of your rims display this very well. Forget the Chevrolet bow tie—the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray's performance puts it on a level with some of the best sports cars in the world. Some of that credibility is thanks to the growling 455-hp V-8 under the hood, which pairs with an excellent manual or automatic transmission. The other part belongs to its fantastic chassis that provides phenomenal ride and handling abilities.

Along with its poster-worthy exterior design and legitimately affordable price, the Corvette has again won one of our 10Best Cars awards for 2019, meaning we think it's one of the best cars you can buy. While it enters world-beater status on the 650-hp Z06 and the 755-hp ZR1 versions—both reviewed separately—they cost considerably more and ride less comfortably. Those who want a track-ready Vette without emptying their wallet will appreciate the Grand Sport, which adds bodywork and chassis bits from the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Z06. The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 will switch to a mid-engined layout and make its official debut on July 18, 2019. It will go on sale by the end of the year.

Eight growling cylinders and 455 restless ponies mean the Corvette is intoxicatingly fun to drive. The V-8's pervasive howl is enough to convince eager drivers that every stop sign is a set of drag-strip Christmas-tree lights. Things quiet down to a tolerable throb at highway speeds. A seven-speed manual is standard, while an eight-speed automatic is available. There's something extraordinary about cranking through gears in the manual on the way to the Corvette's sub-four-second zero-to-60-mph run—in the lower gears, your neck strains to hold your head up—but the eight-speed is smooth and even quicker in our tests, aiding the Vette in hitting 60 mph in a stunning 3.7 seconds. We've called its chassis ludicrously capable and its V-8 glorious. The Corvette is brutally quick, handles brilliantly, and stops as if you've driven into wet cement. It's a supercar for a fraction of the price of a Ferrari, a McLaren, or a Lamborghini. The Grand Sport's adjustable magnetorheological dampers (optional on all other trims) provide an amazingly compliant and comfortable ride in Tour mode and lock the chassis down progressively in Sport and Track modes. You would waste all that grip without sharp steering, and the Corvette's quick, reactive helm doesn't disappoint. The heft of the steering dials up in Sport and Track modes, while Tour is set to be light enough for comfortable cruising. The Grand Sport further proved its everyday versatility during our 40,000-mile, long-term road test.