Chevrolet C7 Corvette renderings by James Robbins – Click above for image gallery

It isn't easy redesigning an icon, especially one as popular and well-known as the Chevrolet Corvette. Nevertheless, a seventh-generation Corvette is coming, and while rumors of an exotic mid-engine layout for America's supercar are unlikely to pan out, it's possible that the Bowtie brand's designers could take the Corvette's look in an entirely new direction.

Student designer James Robbins has his own ideas for what the C7 Corvette will look like. His renderings look like a logical next step in the car's design evolution, though we're not fans of some of the details. We particularly like the rear end's reimagination of the Corvette's signature round taillamps, albeit perhaps without some of the edgy detailing on the car's hood. What say you? Check out the rest of the renderings in the gallery below and let us know what you think of Robbins' C7 Corvette.

[Sources: Yanko Design, Coroflot]

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