Looking at this C4 Corvette from the front, the brain of someone who doesn’t immediately notice the twins starts to automatically write jokes. Between the twin turbochargers sitting, for the most part, where the headlights should be and the grinning face made by the turn signals/fog light stickers, it’s hard to not look at the car and picture a cartoon character. So the front end is a little bit goofy…but on a 1980s Corvette, where, exactly, were you going to stuff two massive snails? There isn’t a lot of room under that clamshell, so getting creative by ditching the pop-up headlight assembly area is a unique but functional call. Oh, and cracking jokes isn’t the best idea, especially if you are going to see this 540ci monster line up next to you. One of the deadliest C4 Corvettes were the RPO B2K cars, better known as the Callaway Twin Turbo. What did 1980s turbocharger technology do to the 350ci V8? Brought on comparisons to the Lamborghini Countach. What do twin 88mm turbos do to a 540? Cause people who seconds before were making all sorts of snide comments shut right up, especially when the ‘Vette steps into a power-on wheelie well past launch. Go on…we dare you to walk up and make a “gold chainer” joke. We will be right behind you, waiting for the moment your jaw hits the floor once those turbochargers go to work.