Chevy Corvette SC610 improves stingray performance

The 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray is one of the best versions in years, even with the controversial taillights. The C7 is not only fast, but has better handling than its predecessors and also its styling is more enhanced than before. However, that doesn’t mean there is room for improvement, as Callaway has shown us in the past.

We have already seen a custom Corvette C7 at SEMA, along with some other less inspiring versions, and the latest of the bunch is the Chevy Corvette SC610, which is a performance-enhanced model kit from Callaway.

If you cannot wait for the new Z06, then you might want to take a look at the SC610 because its specs sheet is rather impressive. What we have here is a Stingray with an awesome supercharger kit to help give you more performance from the vehicle.

Chevy Corvette SC610 performance

While we do not have a date of when this kit will be available, we do have a teaser image for you above, along with performance specifications of the Callaway Corvette Stingray below.

We can tell you that the kit comes with a Eaton twin-vortex supercharger, a stainless steel exhaust along with a high-flow intake to help boost the horsepower to 610, which is much more than the stock Stingray, which produces 410 horsepower.

However, there is a list of other add-ons that you can choose, although we would advise you to upgrade the brakes first, and then work on the other many options after.

More details on these options can be found on the Callaway website.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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