Details of the latest Anteros Coupe and Roadster models, both of which are patterned after the 2009 Corvette and first shown at the LA International Auto Show last year, have been made available by the specialty auto builder n2a Motors.
They highlight Italian motivated framework made from lightweight carbon fiber. On one hand the Anteros coupe is patterned after the Corvette Z06 with an LS7 7.0-liter V8 powerplant that comes with a Lingenfelter performance pack that raises engine yield from 505 hp to 630hp.
The Anteros roadster, on the other hand, is based on the standard Corvette and comes with the original LS3 V8 powerplant that generates 430hp and 424lb-ft of torque.
These new versions come with amalgamated carbon body, a bespoke cat back exhaust, three-piece aluminum rims, and a high-end interior that highlights hand-crafted leather.
The good news is that all these revisions do not invalidate Chevrolet's 100k mile powertrain warranty and these modified versions can be serviced at any Chevy dealership.
The standard coupe comes with a $149,500 price tag, while the convertible come with $154,500, and the range-topping Z06-patterned Anteros comes with $176,500. Also available are a range of performance kits that will help squeeze between 525hp to over 1000hp from the engine.