The online visualizer tool for the 2021 Corvette has officially gone live, giving prospective buyers an easy way to build their very own version of the mid-engine sports car and view the different options, wheels and colors that are available for it.
The 2021 Corvette remains mostly unchanged from the previous model year, but General Motors did make some minor alterations to the options list. The most notable changes are the two new exterior colors, Red Mist Metallic Tintcoat and Silver Flare Metallic, which replace Long Beach Red Metallic Tintcoat and Blade Silver Metallic on the vehicle’s color palette. Our example car pictured here is painted in the new Red Mist Metallic hue, which is a little bit lighter and more vibrant than Long Beach Red Metallic, but not nearly as bright as Torch Red.
The two new exterior colors are also joined by new colors for the full-length dual racing stripe package, which is now available in Blue, Orange, Red and Yellow in addition to the existing Carbon Flash Metallic, Midnight Gray and Sterling Silver colors. There’s also a new Stinger Stripe package for 2021, which adds two fang-like stripes to the hood that are available in Carbon Flash/Edge Red, Carbon Flash/Edge Yellow and Carbon Flash/Midnight Silver. Some options that had to be removed from the 2020 Corvette options list have also returned for 2021, such as the available High Wing Rear Spoiler and Ground Effects Package – both of which our example car is equipped with.
One other major change for the 2021 Corvette is the newfound availability of Magnetic Selective Ride Control suspension (FE2) without the Z51 performance package. Previously, the only way to get Magnetic Ride Control was to opt for the Z51 package, but now Magnetic Selective Ride Control is available across the board on all trim levels. The sports car will continue to be offered as a Stingray with the naturally aspirated GM 6.2L V8 LT2 engine, eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and rear-wheel-drive.
Click here to design your very own 2021 Corvette using Chevrolet’s handy online visualizer tool.