Unless you’re driving some type of awesome classic from the 60’s or 70’s, you probably shouldn’t be rocking a large chrome bumper, especially on your late 90’s sports car. Oh and the six exhaust tips seem to be a bit too much too…
The way Honda justified sticking three exhaust tips on the all-new Civic Type R was by offering the two outer pipes with straight-flow mufflers, and then a central pipe tasked with generating a louder and more aggressive sound at low speeds, while also reducing cabin noise at highway speeds.
Now, if we had to guess, we’d say that this Corvette C5’s tailpipes do none of those things, and are probably there just to look…pretty, different, weird – take your pick.
Well, maybe the car does sound loud and that would at least be something worthwhile, but aesthetically, we can’t help but squirm at the sight.
As for where the image was found – reddit, uploaded by somebody with the username SST87, who gave his post the title of ‘Exhausted Vette’, which is a pretty good way of describing what we’re seeing.
Still, whoever modded this Corvette made sure that the cut-out in the chrome bumper would allow the tailpipes to be visible, so at least they put some thought into what they were doing.