2019 Corvette prices increased an average of $1,055 compared to the 2018 Chevrolet Corvette, according to a pricing analysis performed by GM Authority. In fact, starting MSRPs rose for each trim level of the 2019 Corvette.
|Trim Level||2019 Chevrolet Corvette||2018 Chevrolet Corvette||+ / – 2019|
|Stingray with Z51 package||$61,995||$61,590||+$405|
|Z06 with Z07 package||$89,990||$88,585||+$1405|
|ZR1 with 3ZR package||$131,995||N/A||N/A|
|Stingray with Z51 package||$66,495||$65,590||+$905|
|Z06 with Z07 package||$94,490||$92,585||+$1905|
|ZR1 with 3ZR package||$136,495||N/A||N/A|
The following 2019 Corvette models saw their starting prices increase:
- Stingray Coupe (+$405)
- Stingray Coupe with Z51 Package (+$405)
- Grand Sport Coupe (+$405)
- Stingray Convertible (+$905)
- Stingray Convertible with Z51 Package (+$905)
- Grand Sport Convertible (+$905)
6.2L Supercharged V8 LT4 engine:
- Z06 Coupe (+$1405)
- Z06 Coupe with Z07 Package (+$1405)
- Z06 Convertible (+$1905)
- Z06 Convertible with Z07 Package (+$1905)
Not a single 2019 Corvette model saw its starting price decrease.
Chevy’s 2019 Corvette remains essentially unchanged from the outgoing model. The biggest news for the 2019 model year is the introduction of the new range-topping Corvette ZR1 variant, representing the fastest and most powerful production Corvette ever. Meanwhile, the all-new, future Corvette is expected to arrive for the 2020 model year.
The model will be rear-mid-engined (see info on the mid-engine Corvette), a first during the Corvette’s five decades in production. Despite the introduction of the Corvette C8, the current Corvette C7 is expected to remain in production for the next several years.
About The Figures
- Pricing figures represent starting Manufacturer Suggested Retail Prices (MSPR) for each trim level without additional options.
- MSRP obtained from Chevrolet for the United States market.
- MSRP does not include $1,095 destination charge per vehicle.
- Manufacturer incentives, rebates or other offers not included in MSRP.
About Chevrolet Corvette
The ChevroletÂ Corvette is a lineup ofÂ sports carsÂ sold globally. SlottingÂ above theÂ Chevrolet CamaroÂ asÂ Chevrolet'sÂ flagship sports car, the CorvetteÂ lineupÂ consists of the "base" Corvette Stingray, mid-level Corvette Grand Sport, Corvette Z06 andÂ range-topping Corvette ZR1.
The 2018 Corvette represents the fifth model year of theÂ seventh-generation (or C7) Corvette.Â Despite itsÂ age, the vehiclesÂ remains highly competitive in its segment. For the 2019 model year, the CorvetteÂ discontinues theÂ Carbon 65 EditionÂ whileÂ gaining the 2019 Corvette ZR1Â 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-generationÂ Corvette. The modelÂ is expected to beÂ mid-, rear-engined, allowing it to push the performance envelope even further that the C7.Â See more on the rumoredÂ mid-engine Corvette.Â Though it was previously believed that theÂ C7 generation will be discontinued when the mid-engined model is introduced, we now have reason to believe that the model will continue being offeredÂ alongside the mid-engined model.
TheÂ Corvette is builtÂ exclusively at theÂ GM Bowling Green plantÂ in Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA.
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