Chevy’s track-bred Corvette can officially be had for $66,445 in its coupe form. A convertible will set you back at least $70,445.
If you forgot, the Grand Sport gets from 0-60 in 3.2s, does a 11.8s quarter mile and offers 1.2g cornering with the Z07 performance package. It also comes ready for track fun with a standard 7 speed stick with Active-Rev Matching.
GM also announced a collector’s edition of the sports cars will be available with a Watkins Glen Gray Metallic exterior that features Tension Blue hash-mark graphics, satin black full-length stripes, black wheels and a unique Tension Blue full leather and suede-wrapped interior.
The Watkins Glen Gray Metallic joins Black Rose Metallic and Sterling Blue Metallic as Chevy’s new color choices for 2017.
Now that we know how much Chevy wants for these do you think they’re worth the cash?
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