Prepare thine eyes and feast them upon this! What you're looking at is the latest creation from American coachbuilder N2A Motors. Under that bodywork sits a fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro. It's now called the Camaro 789 SS, and that's because N2A has taken styling cues from Chevys of 1957, 1958 and 1959. To our eyes? It's a bit of a miss, though we've never been fans of taking a modern car and giving it retro-looking bodywork. We love old cars. We love modern cars. We even love old cars hiding modern powerplants, yet we've never found a modern car turned retro that's really worked from a...
N2A Motors working on modern Stingray coachbuilt car
We all have a soft spot in our hearts for at least one type of car, though it's different for each of us. For some, it's a mid-engine turbocharged Toyota MR-2, for others it might be an oddball Citroen DS. For a lot of people, it's the Corvette Stingray, and looking at the plans for the N2A...Ralph Hanson
Anteros Coupe and Convertible go on sale, prices start at $149,500
We first heard about Anteros and its custom line of modified Corvette kit cars back in 2006, when the Californian coachbuilder displayed a number of concept versions of the then new kit at the SEMA Auto Show. Today, Anteros is about to start sales of two new kits, both of which are also based on...Jeremy Weber
Corvette-based Anteros Coupe and Convertible heading for SEMA
After showcasing the Anteros XTR Convertible at last year’s SEMA show, the company plans to display a new Coupe and Targa version of the same car alongside the original roadster. All three cars are built off the Corvette C6 platform with bodywork that’s reminiscent of the European...Viknesh Vijayenthiran