Chevy’s 2019 Corvette adds two new exterior colors – Shadow Gray Metallic and Elkhart Lake Blue Metallic. We’ve already shown you the former, so here’s a first look at the new Lake Blue hue.
Assigned color code GS7 and touch-up paint code WA-625D, Elkhart Lake Blue is one of two blue hues originally available for the 2019 Chevy Corvette. The other one is Admiral Blue Metallic, however, this color was “built out for model year” and is no longer available for order.
The new color is included in the base price (meaning it’s not an extra-cost color) and is available in conjunction with all trim levels, interior color combinations, and convertible soft top colors except for the Spice Red interior color combo (80T).
2019 Corvette Trim Levels:
- Stingray, Z51, Grand Sport (1LT, 2LT, 3LT)
- Z06 (1LZ, 2LZ, 3LZ)
- ZR1 (1ZR, 3ZR)
2019 Corvette Interior Color Combinations:
- Jet Black
- Adrenaline Red
- Spice Red
- Jet Black w/ Orange stitching
As of this writing, dealers are well-stocked with the 2019 Chevy Corvette, since the GM Bowling Green plant has been assembling and shipping the 2019 model to dealers for the past several weeks. However, models coated in Elkhart Lake Blue Metallic are either en route or are just now beginning to arrive at dealers. Availability varies by dealer, so check with yours for complete details.
More info on 2019 Corvette colors is available below:
About Chevrolet Corvette
The Chevrolet Corvette is a lineup of sports cars sold globally. Slotting above the Chevrolet Camaro as Chevrolet's flagship sports car, the Corvette lineup consists of the "base" Corvette Stingray, mid-level Corvette Grand Sport, Corvette Z06 and range-topping Corvette ZR1.
The 2018 Corvette represents the fifth model year of the seventh-generation (or C7) Corvette. Despite its age, the vehicles remains highly competitive in its segment. For the 2019 model year, the Corvette discontinues the Carbon 65 Edition while gaining the 2019 Corvette ZR1 in Coupe and Convertible forms, along with two new colors - Elkart Lake Blue Metallic and Shadow Gray Metallic.
Chevrolet is working on a next-, eighth-generation Corvette. The model is expected to be mid-, rear-engined, allowing it to push the performance envelope even further that the C7. See more on the rumored mid-engine Corvette. Though it was previously believed that the C7 generation will be discontinued when the mid-engined model is introduced, we now have reason to believe that the model will continue being offered alongside the mid-engined model.
The Corvette is built exclusively at the GM Bowling Green plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA.
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