The 2021 Corvette follows the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette as the second model year of the all-new eighth generation, introducing a few minor changes and updates for the nameplate. Now, new details on the 2021 Corvette accessories have emerged, indicating that the updated model will offer several new carbon fiber bits for customers looking to add extra composite tastiness to the exterior.
In a recent video posted to the Rick Corvette Conti YouTube page, the video host reveals that the 2021 Corvette will offer a new exposed carbon fiber roof bow, which adds extra composite styling to the top of the B-pillar of Chevy’s mid-engine sports car. This band of carbon fiber upgrades the styling with an extra splash of exposed weave stretching across the roof, and looks nice with the black trim around the rear engine cover and body, although Conti expresses his opinion that it only really works with the exposed carbon fiber roof to “carry that carbon fiber look into the B-pillar.”
In addition to the exposed carbon fiber roof bow, Conti says that the 2021 Corvette will also offer an exposed carbon fiber High Wing spoiler. Judging by the photos, the new piece looks to be the same shape and size as the High Wing spoiler seen before, but with an exposed carbon fiber finish.
Finally, Conti mentions an exposed carbon fiber body blade, otherwise known as a “boomerang.” This piece enhances the profile of the 2021 Corvette and should come as a nice complement for customers that add extra carbon bits elsewhere on the vehicle as well.
For now, these new 2021 Corvette accessories aren’t available on the order guide, but they certainly seem like logical additions for the second model year of this hot new vehicle. Further changes for the 2021 model year include new exterior color and stripe options, a car cover styled after the C8.R race car, and new interior color combos as well.