Caravaggio Corvette is launching the new Unica Series 1, a fully bespoke upgrade for the C8 Stingray and C8 Z06 that opens up a wealth of customization options. Taking inspiration from custom European coach builders, each unit of the limited-run Caravaggio Corvette Unica Series 1 will be tailored to client’s individual tastes. The first few units have now been produced. The question is – does the Unica Series 1 look better than the stock C8?
Based out of Ontario, Canada, Caravaggio Corvette has offered custom upgrades for the famed Chevy sports car since the mid-‘80s, with the Unica Series 1 offered as the company’s latest custom treatment. Each Unica Series 1 customer will be provided an opportunity to work one-on-one with Caravaggio to create their fully bespoke vehicle, and will have an “unlimited amount of interior and exterior options” at their disposal, including fabrics, leather, carbon materials, colors, finishes, and more.
Caravaggio is offering up a range of performance upgrades as well, including a supercharger package, new Brembo brakes, new wheels, and engine tuning. Each unit will bear a unique badge declaring its place in the Unica Series 1 line, with production limited to 30 units total. Pricing is set at $135,000, which does not include the base C8 Stingray or C8 Z06.
Naturally, the Caravaggio Corvette Unica Series 1 also includes a custom exterior treatment, which changes the overall vehicle styling. Five units will also feature exposed carbon fiber body panels, and according to Caravaggio, the carbon body reduces vehicle weight by roughly 40 pounds.
That said, dear reader, we want to know – do you think the Unica Series 1 looks better than the factory C8? Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll below, and remember to subscribe to GM Authority for more mid-engine Corvette news, Corvette C8 news, Corvette news, Chevy news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.