Friday, March 8, 2013

2014 Corvette Corsa: Panamera Competitor

The new Corvette Stingray is proving to be a fun car to chop. I've made a couple of shorter V6 versions, and here is the larger version with four doors. I gave it the name of Corsa in honor of the Corvair's uplevel trim in '65 and '66. Corvette Corsa has a nice ring to it, too. I really wasn't sure if this extension was going to work, it could so easily have turned into a freak show, lol, but I think I've pulled it off. I actually love the way this car looks. The windows are a bit taller, as is the roof, to balance the rest of the car and I can just imagine slinking into the rear bucket seats and having my driver bring me to town.

Please check out the this week. His On the Table page is featuring many of my cars this week. As always, a huge thanks to Peter DeLorenzo for his kind words and the awesome audience he allows me to tap into. Link, here.


  1. That looks great. Much closer to the graceful lines of the Aston Martin 4 door than Porsche was able to achieve with the Panamera. Good work.


    1. thanks! I really like this one! I mean I really like all of mine, lol, but some of them make me stand back when I'm done and I honestly don't know how it came out so well. The same thing happens with some of my paintings. I won't even remember the creative process all that well. When it flows, it just flows I guess! I wouldn't mind seeing this one on the road at all.

  2. That looks incredible. Much closer to the dexterous lines of the Aston Martin 4 entryway than Porsche was fit to attain with the Panamera. Great work ford falcon au.

  3. Could you do a convertible version of that 4-door.... or even just a 4 seater (perhaps rear seats facing backwards) with an LS7 as well!