A prototype of the upcoming 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible has been spied testing with very minimal camouflage painted in what appears to be either Sebring Orange or Torch Red.
Following the launch of the new Corvette roughly three weeks ago, Chevrolet has stripped away the camouflage from most of its prototypes with the exception of some Convertible testers doing the rounds. Most of this car’s exterior is free from camouflage except for the rear decklid, engine cover, and roof.
A teaser video previously released by Chevrolet for the new Corvette Stingray Convertible has already revealed that the car will receive a pair of buttresses directly behind the passenger cell. The design looks very promising.
This particular spy video of the car also takes a look at the high-end leather interior of the car clad almost entirely in red. Behind the wheel of the prototype appears to be Corvette and Camaro product marketing manager Harlan Charles.
We know that the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible will premiere this fall alongside the C8.R race car. With the release of these models, the C8 Corvette family will grow to three and in the coming years, the range will inevitably expand further.
In all likelihood, the Corvette droptop will feature the same 6.2-liter naturally-aspirated V8 engine as the coupe, pumping out an identical 490 hp or 495 hp with the optional sports exhaust available alongside the Z51 Performance Package. Power will be sent exclusively through the rear wheels via an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission providing lightning-fast gear changes.