Not long ago we showed you what German tuning firm Geiger can do when they get their hands on a 2014 Corvette Stingray. Their modifications included a tasteful blue stripe to accent the Arctic White paintjob, a carbon fiber front splitter, carbon side skirts, a revised rear bumper and a new spoiler. They’ve now gone back to the drawing board with their Corvette tuning program and made some impressive improvements, starting with the 6.2-liter LT1 V8.
Geiger’s first Stingray had no upgraded performance parts, however this car uses Edelbrock’s E-Force supercharger kit to bump output from 460 horsepower to 590 horsepower and 558 lb-ft of torque. There is also new coilover suspension, special Geiger wheels measuring 19-inches out front and 20-inches in the rear, a more dramatic carbon fiber body kit and a carbon fiber spoiler.
The car pictured will cost you €113,000 ($144,990 USD) for everything mentioned fully installed, even that flashy ‘Motorsport Gold’ paint job. Check out more photos of the German-tuned ‘vette here.