This SL-C is powered by a crate LS7 that is stock aside from forged pistons, and of course, a custom intake and exhaust. The engine is dry-sumped, and uses a Peterson 3-gallon tank. It drives a Ricardo transaxle from a 2006 Ford GT.
Painted in Porsche "Riviera Blue", with a clearcoat, the car uses black trim to give visual relief and create surface interest. The headlight area, window outlines and other areas are painted in a kind of flat black with a satin sheen. The wheels follow the trim theme, and are Forgestar CF5s, in a special matte black with a slight textured finish.
The car is braked with the early 6-piston Wilwood brakes front and rear, with two-piece rotors. These are probably the lightest brakes on any SL-C.
This car has the "race" tail, and extensive carbon fiber trim, including the side skirts, the track splitter, and the race wing (with a Selig 1223 profile).
In the rear, the carbon theme continues, with rear window vents in carbon. These are functional vents, and allow considerable heat to dissipate from the engine compartment.
Inside, there is also constrained use of carbon fiber, with custom carbon trims on the doors, custom surrounds for the tambour doors hiding switches and additional storage area, as well as on the steering wheel and seats.
The steering wheel is a heavily modified Corvette C6 wheel, with the above-mentioned carbon top, as well as a flattened bottom, and again, carbon trim for the sides. The wheel also has integrated radio control buttons that allow the operator to change music source and volume.
The interior theme was to look like an OEM interior, but with lots of bespoke touches. It begins with Tillett B5 seats in carbon, with the backs painted in body color. The seats have thicker, custom trim, and are re-upholstered in a combination of Porsche leather and Alcantara. Stitching on the seats matches the style and lines on the roof panel, as well as the dash and door panels.
The belts are custom Schroth belts made up of parts from their Hybrid line, and others, with special logo delete (note the absence of their traditional yellow tabs and logos). The lap belts are attached with custom billet mounts that are welded to the chassis, to avoid bolts sticking through the bottom of the car. The shoulder belts are wrapped on the rear roll hoop as is standard practice, and come through custom billet bezels that are subtly frenched on the bulkhead cover. The sub belts are mounted to a 1" OD tube attached to the seat mounts, which are custom fabricated from 1/8" steel for the precise angle the owner needed. The seat mounts attach to rails which allow the seats to slide forward and backward, with no loss of headroom.
The bulkhead is mostly stock, with subtle re-shaping to achieve a more integrated, smooth look. It is covered in Alcantara,
Just below the bulkhead cover is a custom tank cover, with recesses for the seat backs. The seatback openings are carpeted, and also lit with LEDs. It is covered in Porsche leather.
The dash is based on the stock dash, but has been modified to fit a 7.7" tablet in the center stack, as well as larger, more flexible AC vents from a Mitsubishi. The dash is covered in Alcantara, and again, Porsche leather. Notable is the lack of apparent fasteners on the dash, as the "ears" have been cut off and custom, hidden mounts fabricated. Kick panels from Superlite were modified to come up to the narrowed dash in a way that minimized seams.
The A-pillar covers were radically sectioned along their entire height to take advantage of a custom roll-hoop that was fabricated to closely fit the body opening at the windshield. This allows very narrow A-pillars and covers, with a noticeable increase in forward visibility. They were also modified to fit to the roof panel in a seamless way. They are covered in Alcantara.
The roof panel is covered in Porsche leather and Alcantara, and contains an electrically controlled drop-down touchscreen monitor that is connected to a rear-view camera mounted in the sharkfin on the roof. A later phase will integrate a backup camera mounted on the diffuser to aid in backing up. Like the fuel tank cover, LEDs illuminate the sides of the roof panel and provide a warm glow to the interior when on.
The car uses the standard InfinityWire electrical system, with an additional Powercell, as well as InReserve and InTouchNet. The latter provides a webserver integrated with a wifi radio so many car functions can be controlled by a tablet or smartphone, including security, lights, and the electric doors.