The C8 Corvette has become an instant collectible.
2020 kicked off the Corvettes eighth generation with a bang. The new mid-engine design proved to be successful on and off the track. Performance was instantly increased without any substantial increase in horsepower from the previous year's Stingray model. Likewise, interior room and driver and passenger comfort also saw major changes. Chevrolet’s new Corvette was now officially of supercar status. In 2021, GM went back to the drawing board and further perfected the C8. Finishing touches for the 2021 model year range from interior to exterior changes. The Corvette is now available with even more high-end style along with two new colors.
America's favorite mid-engined sports car doesn't just turn heads with its looks, the Corvette was designed to be a fire-breather from the factory. Powering the striking 'Vette is a 6.2-liter LT2 that churns out 495-horsepower. Backing the powerful engine is an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, and it exhales through an upgraded dual-mode exhaust. The drivetrain feeds into an electronic limited-slip differential.
Additional performance equipment comes with the Z51 package, like Michelin PS4, front brake inlets, a third rear-mounted radiator, and a transmission cooler. The FE4 Magnetic Selective Ride Control gives the car smooth and precise handling.
- Z51 Performance Package
- Front Lift Adjustable Height Memory
- Z51 Performance Suspension with Magnetic Selective Ride Control
- 19" Front, 20" Rear 5 Trident Spoke Wheels
- Engine Appearance Package
- Edge Red Painted Brake Calipers
- Custom Interior Trim & Seat Combination Override
- Engine Cover in Edge Red
- 2-Tone Seats
- Adrenaline Red Custom Leather Stitch