Caravaggio Corvettes, a coachbuilder based in Ontario, Canada, has unveiled a somewhat more subtle kit for the C8 Chevy Corvette. Their new kit, named the Unica Series 1, offers a makeover by replacing the original exterior panels with lightweight carbon fiber components.
This transformation is available for both Stingray and Z06 models, with only 30 units to be produced globally. The Unica Series 1 distinguishes itself with a revamped front fascia featuring a reduced grille size, enlarged air intakes, and softer contours compared to the standard C8.
Subtle winglets on the bumper, finished in exposed carbon fiber, add a touch of style. The sides undergo a remodel, including new door skins, modified side intakes, the removal of the boomerang-shaped side air intake shroud, and the addition of aerodynamic skirts and rocker panels.
Rear modifications include an integrated spoiler, altered rear air vents, and a carbon fiber diffuser. Caravaggio Corvettes assures that each Unica Series 1 will be unique, customized in collaboration with the buyer. Out of the 30 planned units, five will feature an exposed carbon fiber body. Buyers can further personalize their C8's interior with upgraded fabrics, leathers, carbon fiber elements, and distinctive colors.
Caravaggio Corvettes also offers optional upgrades like brake enhancements, new wheels, engine tuning, and a supercharger package. However, the catch is the hefty price tag. The Unica Series 1 kit starts at $135,000, and that's before factoring in the cost of the Corvette Stingray or Z06 donor vehicle. While the modifications may be tempting, the considerable price might give potential buyers second thoughts.