Customer deliveries of the 2020 Corvette haven’t even concluded yet and already we’ve seen multiple appear for sale on the second-hand market.
Yet another 2020 Corvette will soon be offered for sale, with this Torch Red example earmarked for Barrett-Jackson’s upcoming Fall 2020 auction in Scottsdale later this month.
This 2020 Corvette was ordered in a somewhat interesting specification. It features a Torch Red exterior, along with the factory Carbon Flash dual full-length racing stripes, optional High Wing Rear Spoiler, five-spoke Carbon Flash painted wheels, black rocker panel extensions, Carbon Flash painted mirror caps and the carbon fiber engine appearance package. The interior is Adrenaline Red and features carbon fiber trim and Adrenaline Red seatbelts.
One somewhat odd part about this car is that the cross flags Corvette badge that should be on the nose of the vehicle has been removed. As a result, this 2020 Corvette looks a bit naked upfront compared to others, although most buyers probably wouldn’t even notice that the badge is absent. The ‘Corvette’ script badge is still on the rear of the vehicle, though, so passersby won’t confuse the car for some other exotic mid-engine offering.
Despite not being ordered with the Z51 performance package, this car does come equipped with the optional Performance Exhaust, which bumps the output of the 6.2L LT2 V8 engine from 490 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque to 495 horsepower and 470 pound-feet. Like all stock 2020 Corvette models, an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission sends power to the rear wheels.
This 2020 Corvette has also had a layer of Xpel ceramic clear coat applied to the entire front end to protect against stone chips and other damage. The first owner only ever traveled 665 miles in it, though, so we’d be surprised if the exterior was showing any signs of wear at all.
Offered without reserve, this 2020 Corvette should attract considerable interest when it crosses the auction block in Arizona in a couple of weeks. Check out the listing at this link, along with the video below, to get a better look at it.