Rossi SixtySix

Special Cars 21 Jun 2010
Rossi SixtySix

American Rossi Motor Company has unveiled the first details on the SixtySix, a sportscar based on the Corvette C6 and inspired by the Stingrays of the 1960’s. The model is expected to enter limited series production with a price of $130,000.


The SixtySix has been presented by Californian Rossi Motor Company at the Designers Night on last 19 June 2010, during the EyesOn Detroit Design event.

Rossi SixtySix Rossi SixtySix

The car uses a Corvette C6 as a basis and adds a new exterior which takes inspiration from the Corvettes of the past, and in particular from the Stingrays, produced from 1963 to 1967.

Rossi SixtySix Rossi SixtySixAmong the design elements is the split rear window. The weight is 1,610 kg (180 kg more than the original C6).

Rossi SixtySix Rossi SixtySix

The projected price, which includes the C6 donor vehicle, is expected to be about $130,000. For more information visit PureRossi.com.

(Source: Rossi Motor Company)

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