General Motors has officially priced the 2011 Chevy Corvette, which remains unchanged for the 2011 model year. The 2011 ZR1 saw an increase of $2,920 for a total of $110,750 while all other trim levels saw a $20 increase.
While this answers most of our questions about the 2011 model year bow tie super car, it leaves the pricing of the Z06 Carbon up in the air. Recall that the Z06 Carbon slots right between the Z06 and the ZR1. As such, logic would peg the price of the Z06 Carbon at more than that of the Z06 but less than the $110,750 ZR1.
Some deductive reasoning using comparable packages indicates that the Carbon would cost around $95,000. Here’s how we came to that conclusion: the 2011 Z06 will start at $76,305. The Carbon Edition contains the Z07 Ultimate Performance Package and the CFZ Carbon Fiber Package ($9,495 and $3,995 respectively). Adding these packages give the regular Z06 an MSRP of $88,495. We also assume that the Carbon Edition will require the $7,170 premium equipment group package.
There will be a small discount for essentially combining all these packages into a single car, but it is difficult to put a price on exclusivity: at only 500 units planned for production, that’s exactly what the Carbon Edition brings to the table.[Source: InsideLine]