General Motors has kept their word and priced the 2020 Corvette Stingray at under $60,000.
It will cost $59,995 to purchase a 2020 Chevy Corvette Stingray, a price that includes destination, but not taxes, title, license fees, dealer fees, or optional equipment. That’s an incredible price for a mid-engine sports car with nearly 500 horsepower.
In addition to revealing the C8 Corvette's pricing, GM has also revealed the full list of standard features at each trim level (1LT, 2LT, and 3LT), which basically confirms the dealer order guide that leaked a few weeks ago.
Confirmed for the 1LT trim is dual-zone climate control, 10 Bose speakers, 4G LTE Wifi, Keyless entry and push-button start, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Moving up to the 2LT trim won't cost an arm or a leg, but will cost $67,295 (again, including destination but excluding everything else). That gets you a 14-speaker Bose premium audio setup, a heads-up display, high-def front and rear cameras, heated and vented seats, auto-dimming and heated mirrors, as well as rear cross-traffic alert with blind-spot monitoring.
At the top of the list we have the 3LT trim, which comes in at $71,945. The extra $4,700 gets GT2 seats with Nappa and Mulan leather, a custom leather-wrapped interior, suede interior trim, and leather-wrapped door panels.
So basically, an extra five grand will let you adorn your Corvette in the cast-off skin of a dead cow.
The Z51 Performance Package is available for any Corvette trim and costs an extra $5,000. This gives you an extra 5 hp boost thanks to a performance exhaust, as well as upgraded Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires, a front splitter, rear spoiler, performance suspension, and enhanced engine and brake cooling.
Production of the 2020 Stingray starts later this year, with deliveries expected early 2020.