Think about combining the good design and style attributes from 3 different basic Chevy styles such as the 1957 Bel Air, 1958 Chevrolet Impala and the horizontal fins of a 1959 Chevrolet. Then wrap this present-day human body close to a 2005-2007 Corvette C6 chassis. This is precisely what was accomplished with a n2a Motors notion car referred to as the 789.
Named for the 3 yrs symbolized in the in general design and style and promptly recognizable by outdated car buff close to the environment, the 789 is one interesting car.
The nose of the 789 is represented by the common hood rockets, chrome hood V, grille bar, parking lights, rubber bumper guidelines and headlight bezel of a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. Just for an extra aptitude, what looks like 1957 Chevy hood bar extensions wrap close to the front fenders.
Rear treatment is a really shut match to the spread wings and cat eye taillights of the 1959 Chevrolet’s trim line design and style styling like the placement of the license plate.
All alongside the side, stainless trim bear a resemblance to a 1958 Chevrolet Impala, ideal down to the placement of the Corvette crossed flags emblems. The 789 inside is equivalent to the tri-coloured ribbed vinyl’s utilized in 1958 Chevy Impala luxury lounge interiors practically fifty yrs ago.
A 789 is nicely geared up with all of the regular equipment the 2005-2007 Corvette has to give like six.0L LS2 400 in addition horsepower V8 motor and automatic or six velocity guide transmission. In addition, each and every car features a tailor made exhaust method and $2,000 tailor made wheel improve.
The obstacle of producing a new automobile with 1950s design and style will have to have been complicated. On the other hand this 789 is wonderful and has just the ideal combine of styling from a Chevy era when just about all people had one. Among the tens of millions of autos Chevrolet has made over its practically one hundred calendar year record this 789 notion car crafted by n2a Motors will one day come to be aspect of “The Heartbeat of America”.