Although Chevrolet released the 2019 Corvette Order Guide last month, the Corvette ZR1 information was omitted until after the reveal of the Convertible ZR1 earlerer this week in Los Angeles. Now that Chevrolet has taken care of that business, they have officially released the 2019 Corvette ZR1’s Order Guide. The Order Guide, which hit the web late last night, gives us the first look at the standard options and upgrades available for the 755-hp supercar.
You can download the 2019 Corvette Order Guide with ZR1 details here!
The 2019 Corvette ZR1 will come standard with the LT5 engine, 7-speed manual transmission, and the 1ZR trim package. Other standard options include blue-painted brake calipers and the ZR1 Pearl Nickel-painted aluminium wheels. The interior comes standard with the regular GT seats. All the carbon fiber trim shown on the cars comes standard as does Michelin’s Pilot Super Sport run-flats.
Buyers can upgrade from the 1ZR equipment group to the 3ZR equipment group which offers a carbon fiber trimmed steering wheel, custom leather-wrapped interior and sueded microfiber upper interior trim. While the HUD is included on the 1ZR package, the curb cameras for parking are offered on the 3ZR package. The Performance Data Recorder is also offered on both trim groups, but only with the IO6 Audio System with Navigation on the 1ZR package. The PDR comes standard on the 3ZR package as well.
The ZR1’s Sebring Orange Design Package is RPO ZLZ and it requires the 3ZR package for ordering. It includes Orange-painted calipers, ZR1 Carbon Flash-painted (black) aluminum wheels, Orange custom leather stitch, Orange painted striped ground effects, Jet Black leather seating with sueded microfiber inserts with Orange stitching, Competition Sport Seats and the Carbon Fiber trimmed steering wheel. Orange seat belts, ZR1 logo floor mats, and a bronze-tinted aluminum interior accents complete the package. Pricing for the Sebring Orange Design Package is expected to be $6,995.
The package that has everyone talking is the ZTK Performance package. That includes the High Wing spoiler, along with the FEB Performance Ride and Handling Suspension, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires and the specific front splitter end caps. That package is expected to be priced at an additional $2,995.
The ZR1 has its own wheel design as we know, and it will be offered in four different wheel finishes. Pearl Nickel comes standard, and upgrades include Carbon Flash Painted, Satin Graphite Painted, and Chrome.
Chevrolet will be offering the Corvette Engine Build Experience with the ZR1 so Corvette owners can pay a fee to assemble their own LT5 under the watchful eyes of a Performance Build Center engine technician. If it’s like the Z06’s engine build program, look for the ZR1’s PBC RPO to cost $5,000 as well.
The 2019 Corvette ZR1 is expected to begin production around the first of March 2018. We’ll be talking to our dealers to find out when ordering for the ZR1 will officially open. In the meantime, check out our 2019 Corvette ZR1 archive of news and photos.