2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Credit: Chevrolet
We don’t have to wait any longer for pricing details for the new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray - the first-ever mid-engine ‘Vette to hit the road,
Chevrolet’s just released all the pricing details for us. The 1LT will start at $59,995, the 2LT trim package will start at $67,295 and the top-level 3LT trim package will start at $71,945. Those prices do exclude destination, tax, title, dealer fees and any optional equipment.You can check out a full list of what’s included in each trim here.
“Most people thought when we moved the Corvette to mid-engine it would no longer be attainable, but we knew we couldn’t mess with a winning formula and the 2020 Stingray proves it,” said Brian Sweeney, Chevrolet U.S. vice president.
“We’ve packed a lot of performance into the Corvette Stingray at this price when you consider an eight-speed dual clutch transmission, Small Block V-8 and engine-mounted dry sump oil system are all standard,” said Tadge Juechter, Corvette executive chief engineer.
Preorders are underway now. The C8 goes into production at GM’s Bowling Green Assembly late this year.
2020 CORVETTE STINGRAY FAST FACTS
- Engine: 6.2L Small Block V-8 LT2
- Transmission: Chevy’s First-Ever 8-Speed Dual-Clutch transmission
- Horsepower: 490, or 495 with performance exhaust.
- Torque: 465 lb-ft., or 470 with performance exhaust; rear-wheel drive
- 0-to-60 time: under three seconds when equipped with Z51 Performance Package
- Cabin Design: Inspired by jet fighters, driver’s seat sits 16.5-inches further forward.
- Top: It has a removable Targa Roof.
- Price: Starting from less than $60,000, though expect to double that price for a loaded model.
- Availability: Goes into production in late 2019.
- Pre-Orders: After building their personal Stingray on Chevrolet.com, customers can pre-order their vehicle through a certified dealership.
- Assembly: GM Bowling Green Assembly
- Corvette Reveal Website: Chevrolet
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