Last year we featured a prototype of Superformance’s Grand Sport Corvette, but it wasn’t quite ready for prime time, since it was intended mostly as a display car. Now it is, as production versions are arriving here in the U.S. from South Africa. Both coupe and roadster versions are available as turnkey-minus rollers, ready for install of a GM LS series drivetrain. We plan to take a second look at the car in the near future. In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek of the car. 

Also in late breaking news is a Superformance Cobra with a supercharged Ford Coyote. Initially used as a show demo, prior to the blower being added, it was displayed in Ford Racing’s outdoor displays at both SEMA and Barrett Jackson Scottsdale many times. It then returned to Hillbank Motorsports in California and was sold to its new owner, who had V’s Automotive install a Paxton Supercharger and other modifications to the fuel system. It now makes over 700 horses on the dyno. 

“It’s one of the fastest Cobras I’ve driven!” exclaims Superformance’s Lance Stander. “It’s light and very responsive. The Ford Coyote 5.0L Modular engine is nothing short of amazing.”