2024 Corvette Introduces New Artemis Dipped Interior21
The 2024 Corvette debuts a number of important updates and changes for the mid-engine superstar, not the least of which is the new hybrid, all-wheel-drive 2024 Corvette E-Ray. In addition, the 2024 model year also introduces a new interior colorway dubbed Artemis Dipped.
The new Artemis Dipped interior colorway on offer for the 2024 Corvette stands out thanks to its dark, rich green hues, which are applied throughout the cabin. For those readers who may not know, Artemis is the Greek goddess of the hunt and vegetation, hence the dark olive green tones.
The new Artemis Dipper colorway replaces the Corvette 70th Anniversary’s Ceramic colorway offered previously. The full list of 2024 Corvette E-Ray colorways includes:
- Jet Black
- Jet Black with Yellow Stitching
- Jet Black with Red Stitching
- Sky Cool Grey
- Adrenaline Red
- Adrenaline Red Dipped
- Natural Dipped
- Two-tone Blue
- Artemis Dipped
Notably, the 2024 Corvette E-Ray offers a variety of options with regard to customizing the interior space, including two carbon fiber trim packages, a trio of seat options, and more.
Outside the cabin, the 2024 Corvette E-ray offers 14 paint options, three of which are new for the 2024 model year, including Riptide Blue Metallic, Cacti, and Sea Wolf Gray Tri-coat. Further exterior customization options include six wheel options (including both aluminum and carbon fiber options), and three coupe roof options (body colored, transparent, and visible carbon fiber). Both a coupe and a convertible body style are offered.
The 2024 Corvette E-Ray visualizer went back online late last month after photos of the visualizer leaked last December.
As for what’s under the skin, the 2024 Corvette E-Ray features the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 LT2 gasoline engine and a single front-mounted electric motor, the combination of which produces upwards of 655 horsepower. The GM Y2 platform provides the underpinnings, while production takes place exclusively at the GM Bowling Green plant in Kentucky.
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Background is so dark it does not look like any kind of green. Chevy you need to re do the photos but with natural lighting.
primer gray and puke green dont do it for me. Still need better wheel options
Yuck looks like the green pollen we get all over everything in the Spring here in Tennessee. Not a fan of this algae.
Green! No thanks. The natural is also not a classic rich color. You quite offering thr rich beautiful red wine color. Come on GM!!
Kudos for trying new colors on the interior. But need to go back to the drawing board on this one, execution not so great.
Adrenaline Red Dipped and Natural Dipped colors should be eliminated because of the dangerous windshield reflection on a sunny day, but who wants to drive a Corvette on a sunny day? We used to make sure when developing a new vehicle that we didn’t have a windshield reflection and fix the problem before production that is why most vehicles for years had a black dashboard, now we sell it as a great option that I don’t understand how this even happened didn’t GM drive these cars in the sun.
My 2021 C8 has the sky cool gray interior (and ceramic matrix gray exterior with sterling silver stripes and wheels). And the cool gray dash trim reflects badly in the windshield under certain lighting conditions. Making it very distracting and even sometimes obscuring pedestrians crossing in front of you. Shocking that GM allowed this to happen. With no disclaimers or warnings to customers before purchasing such an expensive vehicle.
I’m glad I selected a black interior for my C8. Looks classy & elegant to me.
Wearing polarized glasses eliminates most of the reflection, but the PMR video shows the reflections.
So let me get this straight you have to drive with polarized glasses to drive, this is a laughable joke. When a passenger gets in you have to have a selection of polarized glasses in the glove compartment for them to wear.
Let me be more specific for you. I said that “wearing polarized glasses”, not that I need to wear them. I live in a mostly sunny environment, and I wear sunglasses only when the roof of my C8 is down.
I think the joke is on your reading skills.
That doesn’t work if you want to use the HUD
Looks dipped alright. Like it was dipped in green vomit. 🤮
LOL. Black is black.
C’mon man. They’re trying. Get over it.
It is sort of like sick poo-green in pictures, I would need to see it in person….the interior, not the sick poo….
I chose Adrenaline Red on my 2021 2LT and really like the not overly done amount of red, with red stitching on black for the dashboard. The seats are red, with just the right amount of red accents.
Had I gone with a 3LT the entire interior would be either Red or Tan if you prefer, and I wanted some contrast.
Very happy with 2LT trim.
I like green. Maybe not so much this particular green, but better than plain old black.
A bigger question would be what exterior color would you pair with this green?
I’m still waiting for them to bring back Brownstone.
I wonder if this will age better than GM’s (lighter) green interiors of the 50’s – 70’s…otherwise, it’s not what I would pick but I don’t have a problem with it.
I don’t hate it…but the promo pictures are a little too dark to really visualize. Dark greens that are almost confused for black at a first glance can give an elegant vibe
So question, what exterior color would match best? Other than black or silver or grey, I can’t think of anything else that would balance this shade of green.
Just wondered who in Chevy design department ever thought of the term Artemis dipped or if they ever read the Wikipedia definition of the goddess Artemis? Or better yet, what does the goddess have to do with a Corvette or a color of the dash pad? and how does the color of the moon relate to a green interior for a Corvette?