For many, having a new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray parked in your driveway is reward enough. For those not satisfied with this achievement, however, the German auto team at Geiger Cars may have the kit for you. Capable of pulling 130 more horses out of the 6.2-liter V8 engine and 94 lb-ft more torque - for a total of 590 horses - these stats alone would be enough to justify the conversion. However, the tuning doesn't end there; the top speed also rises to 199mph and a new coilover suspension allows for customer lowering up to 35mm in the front and 45mm in the back. Other changes include 19-inch front wheels and 20's in the back, with an all-around body kit constructed with carbon fiber, including the new rear spoiler. For the whole Geiger Car Corvette experience, you'll need €113,000. At least that includes installation. See more angles inside and out after the click.