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Classics This Twin-Headlight Corvette C1 Is Actually A PHEV From China

11:25  29 september  2020
11:25  29 september  2020 Source:   autoclassics.com

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That isn’t the case with Songsan Motors’ SS Dolphin, which is a clone of the 1958 Corvette C 1 . The company doesn’t even try to hid this as their website shows celebrities such as Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise The model also has a chrome framed windshield and bodywork that is vaguely reminiscent of the C 1 .

479 corvette headlights products are offered for sale by suppliers on Alibaba.com, of which auto lighting system accounts for 3%, car stickers accounts for 1%, and auto sensors The top countries of supplier is China , from which the percentage of corvette headlights supply is 100 % respectively.

a car parked in a parking lot: Songsan SS Dolphin © AutoClassics.com Copyright Songsan SS Dolphin

It's not just a prototype.

The Chevrolet Corvette C1 is among our favorite vintage cars together with a few other names. It features a timeless design that’s still attractive even today, almost 70 years after its original launch. Of course, times have changed dramatically and the automotive design is no longer so recognizable. But there’s still some hope.

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Actually the duct temp is much better than the chart. Score one for GM engineering (wonder if the same guys did the column lock). I had a problem with the mirror separating from the visor and I tried a couple of things before I got one that worked.

The first automotive headlights were actually lanterns that burned acetylene or oil. For C 1 -C3 Corvettes , upgrading headlights is more complicated. Consider these options, starting with the wiring. If a small improvement in light output is all that ’s needed, check the voltage at the headlights and

Chinese company Songsan has just presented its newest addition to the model range. It’s the car you’ll see in the gallery below or - if we have to be short - a modern-day knockoff of the original Corvette C1. Not everything is 100-percent identical but just take a look at the photos - everything you love about the C1 is there albeit in a slightly modified form.

The best part? As Carscoops reports, the automaker is not ashamed of the close visual relation between the C1 and the so-called SS Dolphin. On its official site, the manufacturer shows Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, George Clooney, and other celebrities driving one of America’s greatest sports cars.

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    Plug the connector back in, install the flasher and test it. If it works, put the car back together and you're done. Any serious C5 Do-It-Yourself owner should invest in the Corvette Service Manual of the appropriate model year.

    6. Corvette headlight emblems This little detail has been verified on the C7 Stingray, although we wouldn't be surprised if it can be found on other models. The Corvette headlights have small Corvette logos etched into them.

The obvious connection between the SS Dolphin and the original Corvette is just visual though. Under the stylish sheet, there’s a 1.5-liter plug-in hybrid powertrain reportedly sourced from Build Your Dreams (BYD), one of China’s largest automakers. According to information from Autohome, there’s a 16-kWh battery pack supplying electric energy for up to 56-62 miles (90-100 kilometers) between two charges. The claimed 0 to 62 miles per hour (0-100 kilometers per hour) acceleration time is impressive - 4.9 seconds.

If you live in China, you’ll be happy to hear this is not just a prototype. Songsan will produce the SS Dolphin in an unlimited run (as far as we know) with pricing reportedly starting at ¥590,000 or $86,613 at the current exchange rates.

Source: Songsan

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