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The convertible has arrived
Corvette has always been convertible-first, and the Stingray carries on that heritage with a first-ever production retractable hardtop. This no-compromises convertible features a top that flows seamlessly into the body while maintaining Stingray’s impressive storage capabilities. And performance remains high when the top goes down, making this the most track-capable Corvette convertible in history.
The two-piece hardtop can activate at speeds up to 48 km/h with the power of six electric motors for improved reliability in extreme temperatures. The composite top weighs a mere 35 KG and is available in body-color or Carbon Flash.
1LT is the car for driving purists who want the lightest Stingray possible, but one that's still very well equipped.
2LT adds a number of comfort and convenience features in addition to color-matched interior options. Includes everything in 1LT, plus:
3LT is the utmost in luxury performance, with a leather-wrapped interior. Includes everything in 2LT, plus:
A new profile in power
The mid-engine configuration provides incredible visibility, responsiveness and driving feel. The new engine placement provides rear weight bias, meaning more power is directed to the rear wheels where it matters most. And with the windshield now over the front wheels, there’s improved downforce without the need for a front air dam.
Leave nothing behind
Even storage has been thoughtfully engineered. An all-new front cargo area is large enough to carry an airline-size overhead bag, while the trunk can hold two golf bags and the removable roof panel.
A more rigid frame
The all-new body structure is more than 10% stiffer than the previous generation, which contributes to ride and confidence-inspiring handling.
More to meet your eyes
With the engine in the rear, engineers were able to lower the cowl, hood, instrument panel and steering wheel for the utmost in forward vision.
Select your stance
These ultra-light 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels provide improved ride and reduced noise and are available in two designs inside of two spoke styles.
The driver’s domain
Every detail is designed to provide a natural and immersive driving experience that’s tailored to you. Each button exactly where it needs to be for comfortable, intuitive use. And with three seat combinations to choose from, there’s sure to be one that perfectly suits you.
Be Comfortably in command
Coming soon to a track near you
Debuting January 2020 in the Rolex 24 At Daytona, the C8.R race car will feature two unique liveries and compete for Chevrolet in the GT Le Mans class of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Performance Data Recorder
Your digital driving coach is back and better than ever with 1080p recording that provides a high-quality reproduction of your drive. Capture acceleration speed, braking, gear choice, sound and more with this available feature designed to help make you one with the car. And when you’re away from the track, PDR can act as a dash cam with auto-record for your daily drives.
Additionally, PDR is equipped with Valet Mode that can be used to monitor the use of your Corvette when others are behind the wheel, recording video and vehicle data, letting you park with peace of mind.
What happens when you set out to improve upon a storied legacy of small block engines? You get the all-new 6.2L LT2 V8. A no-compromises powerhouse that’s been architecturally transformed to sit lower for improved handling. It’s equipped with a standard dry-sump system for improved performance when g forces are high, and features Continuously Variable Valve Timing that further improves performance.
Every part had to earn its way onto this car, and the standard dual-clutch transmission is no different. It features lightning-quick shifts, combining the smoothness of an automatic with the action of a manual. And since there’s no deceleration between shifts, your lap times will benefit too.
Take headwinds head-on
The Next Gen Corvette was born in the wind tunnel, with its new mid-engine architecture providing a number of aerodynamic and cooling benefits. Like heat exchangers behind each opening to keep the engine cool, and a hybrid rear spoiler that helps keep the car planted when speeds are high.
Summer-only performance tires§. Massive brakes. eLSD. Front splitter. Performance exhaust. The list goes on and on. When you demand even more agility and performance from your Corvette, the standard Z51 Package is what you get.
Magnetic Ride Control 4.0
Standard with the Z51 Performance Package, this next-generation damping system reads the road every millisecond and adapts in as little as 10-15 milliseconds. An innovative suspension fluid contains metal particles that align and become rigid in an instant, giving you the confidence and control to push harder while staying planted.
The right mode for every road
With the turn of a meticulously designed dial, everything changes. Driver Mode Selector lets you electronically calibrate up to 12 performance variables to ready your Stingray for any road. And all-new My Mode and Z-Mode let you personalize performance even further, allowing you to save settings between drives.
A dream 67 years in the making
A source of joy for generations, this latest iteration is the sum of everything that’s come before it, yet it’s like nothing you’ve seen.
With technologies like Active Handling, Traction Control, standard Bi-Xenon headlamps, and 4-wheel antilock brakes, Corvette is designed to help you stay safe through performance. And should a collision occur, a light aluminum space frame provides added stiffness.
Safety or driver assistance features are no substitute for the driver’s responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. The driver should remain attentive to traffic, surroundings and road conditions at all times. Visibility, weather and road conditions may affect feature performance. Read the vehicle’s owner’s manual for more important feature limitations and information.