Despite their unbridled loyalty to their domestic automakers, there is still a large following of American cars in Germany. This is where tuning firm Geiger steps in, offering up modifications to those in the country that own General Motors vehicles, including the Corvette and Camaro. We’ve already seen what they can do with other Chevys, but what about America’s newest hero, the Corvette Stingray?
The first thing you’ll probably notice about Geiger’s Stingray is the Arctic White paint job and rather tasteful blue stripes. From there, ze Germans added a new front splitter, side skirts, quarter panel vents and a revised rear bumper. There is also a set of satin black Geiger forged wheels shod in Michelin rubber.
There is no word on if Geiger has any engine modifications in store, but based off their 560 horsepower Camaro SS, we have a feeling the 460 horsepower LT1 V8 won’t go untouched. Click here for more photos of this German ‘Vette.