Chevrolet Corvair Spyder Concept
Back in the early ’60s, the Corvair was a hot car due to its unique mechanical layout, turbocharged boxer engine and cool looks. Despite the fact it didn’t have a performance that could threaten some sports cars, the Corvair still had potential. So, Chevrolet decided to introduce a Super Spider Concept to further explore the Corvair concept.
The Super Spider had a shortened Corvair chassis, a different design, two seats and a slightly upgraded engine. It also had racing wheels, a special paint job and a race-style windshield. It looked cool and attracted a lot of comments from motor show visitors, but Chevrolet never put it into serial production.