There’s a mid-engined Corvette coming our way, but until it arrives, Chevrolet will keep selling the current models throughout the 2019MY.
And while the car marque remains tight-lipped when it comes to pricing, CorvetteActionCenter have gotten their hands on some figures, thanks to MacMulkin Chevrolet, revealing that the cheapest variant will start from $56,590, delivery fee included.
The shipping charge has increased by $100, compared to the 2018MY, but that’s pretty much the only novelty when it comes to the base and mid-range models, as these will continue to soldier on, carrying identical prices, as per the list that can be downloaded from here.
The highly desirable Corvette ZR1 Coupe and ZR1 Convertible will become available from $119,995 and $123,995, respectively, once they go on sale next spring. Both numbers include the delivery fee, but not the gas-guzzler tax, whose price has yet to be determined.
Equipping your new ZR1 with the 3ZR Package will set you back another $10,000, whereas the ZTK Performance Package comes in at a cool $2,995. The ZLZ Sebring Orange Design Package costs a further $6,995, and for the wheel finish alone, which can be either Carbon Flash, Satin Graphite or Chrome Aluminum, Chevy’s asking $495, $595 and $1,995, respectively.