There are a lot of different color options available for the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Here are just a few.
Chevrolet’s “Visualizer” page for the 2020 Chevy Corvette Stingray is live and help you figure out how to spec out your special mid-engined baby. Or you can just sit and stare at all the pretty color combinations possible, as there are quite a few.
Even though we’re pretty sure most will just go for the tried, tested, and true red hue when it comes to their Corvette, there are plenty of other exterior color options. Twelve, in fact, which include Accelerate Yellow, Rapid Blue, and Zeus Bronze. Returning colors include Arctic White, Black, Blade Silver, Ceramic Matrix Gray, Elkhart Lake Blue, Long Beach Red, Sebring Orange, Shadow Gray, and Torch Red.
And you’ve already got two reds to choose from.
Up top, the roof can be painted the same color as the body, or it can become transparent or be made out of carbon fiber. Obviously, those last two options will be a bit pricier than the first, and we’re not all that sure about the carbon fiber roof for the Corvette. It just doesn’t quite seem the car’s style.
Moving down to the wheels, you've for 4 options: Bright Silver Open Spoke, Carbon Flash Open Spoke, Spectra Gray Machined Trident Spoke, and Ultra Bright Trident Spoke. There are also two accessory wheel options which are installed by the dealer, and they include Performance Pewter Open Spoke or Black Trident Spoke. You have your choice of Black, Bright Red, Edge Red, or Yellow for the brake calipers.
Moving inside, there are 9 interior color options: Adrenaline Red, Jet Black, Jet Black with Red or Yellow Stitching, Morello Red, Natural (which is really tan), Natural Dipped (which is even more tan), Sky Cool Gray, and Two-Tone Blue. If none of those tickle your fancy, then there are 4 custom interior color combos, which are Jet Black with Gray seats, Jet Black with Red seats, Sky Cool Gray with Black seats, and Adrenaline Red with Black seats.
Check out the 2020 Corvette Visualizer page for each of those different options. And if you’re thinking about buying one, better act fast: we’ve heard that Chevy might be running out of 2020 production slots.