For this white Corvette C7, the owner went with a set of lightweight ADV5.0 FLOWSpec wheels, sized 19×10 in the front and 19×12 in the rear, finished in Platinum, giving this American muscle car a more refined look
The Corvette C7 is over a decade old design, even though you might never notice it. Designed by Chevrolet between 2010 and 2011, the epitome of the American muscle car is still one of the prettiest cars out there. It’s powered by the then all-new LT1 6.2 liter small block V8 engine delivering 455 horsepower and 620Nm (460 lb-ft) of torque. It can accelerate from 0-100km/h (0-62mph) in 3.8 seconds thanks to either a 7-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifters. In turn, this is one of the most enjoyable cars to drive, providing a great feel behind the wheel and allowing for some impressive track days.
This particular white Corvette C7 Stingray comes with a set of ADV5.0 FLOWSpec wheels, a nice upgrade to the OEM wheel package. It features the decade-old ADV.1 Wheels design, now turned into a lightweight, more affordable FlowFormed wheel that provides the best bang-for-buck wheel solution for high-performance vehicles.
The ADV5.0 is a widely split five-spoke that lends itself perfectly to performance coupes and sports sedans. Flow Spec is a manufacturing process known by many names such as flow forging and flow forming. This process allows for a stronger and lighter weight wheel over a traditional cast wheel. In turn, ADV.1 is able to offer both predefined and custom fitments, alongside two standard finish options with no wait time: Platinum Black and Satin Black. Furthermore, their customers who want a custom bespoke finish can also go with something of their own preference, giving their cars a complete custom touch.
This Corvette C7 features wheels sized 19×10 in the front and 19×12 in the rear, coming with a Platinum Finish. In turn, this gives this American muscle car a more refined and updated look, something the customer wanted.
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