The design is quite a departure from the original, and it boasts a few modern touches like thin LED headlights and a completely different hood design. At the rear, it also has an LED taillight arrangement, and the black exterior has been beautifully matched with a set of bronze wheels.
The car is expected to debut at SEMA in 2023, giving the team behind the build two years to complete it. As you can see, the body alone is going to take some time.
The other colossal task is incorporating an entirely new engine into the vehicle. If they followed the modern trend, an EV C2 Corvette would have made the most sense. Thankfully, this C2 will get a good old-fashioned naturally aspirated gas-guzzling engine. It’s not the new 10-liter crate engine, which is a bit of a missed opportunity.