SEMA 2011 Chevrolet Carlisle Blue Grand Sport Concept

Corvette Carlisle Blue Grand Sport Concept is one of the two concepts released at the SEMA 2011. It features a new Carlisle Blue exterior, new Silver-painted Torque 2 wheels and Pearl White full-length racing stripes. The Carlisle Grand Sport also showcases all-out performance with a dual-mode exhaust and Magnetic Selective Ride Control.

The vehicle features a LS3 6.2 liter with dry sump oil system – hand-built at GM’s Performance Build Center, six-speed manual transmission, Magnetic Selective Ride Control, gray six-piston brake calipers, Goodyear F1 Supercar Gen 2 tires, dual-mode exhaust system, new Carlisle Blue Metallic exterior, Cyber Gray headlamps, Torque 2 silver-painted wheels in 18×10 inch (front) and 19×12 inch (rear), Carbon fiber ground effects – front splitter and rockers, full-width rear spoiler, Grand sport hood blanket, Pearl White full-length stripe kit, 4LT trim level with Ebony/Titanium leather color interior and blue stitching, Grand Sport Ebony floor mats, Grand Sport console lid, Racing Pedal Package, New-for-2012 Bose Premium Audio with nine speakers, USB port and audio jack with iPod integration on the touch screen.

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  1. Hey guys I have this amazing idea, lets give the corvette a paint job and some new wheels and call it a concept car.
    Way to go Chevy, your soooo creative


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