Chevrolet has made no secret that it hopes to lure away some of those Porsche, BMW, and Ferrari owners living overseas with its new seventh-generation Stingray.
Now, General Motors has released the first details and images of the 2015 Corvette Stingray all dressed up in its European clothes.
If you live overseas, though, you can expect to pay considerably more than if you live in America.
It was only back in July that we got our hands on the dealer prices for the 2015 Corvette Stingray and those prices showed the base Non-Z51 Coupe starting at $53,000 while the base Non-Z51 Convertible started at $58,000.
Now this may be old news to some, but we learned today that in early August Chevrolet quietly raised the MSRP of the 2015 Corvette Stingray’s four models by $1,000. The new starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price of the base Corvette Stingray Coupe is now $54,000 while the base Corvette Stingray Convertible will start at $59,000. The delivery charge of $995 is not included.
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RB in Indiana submitted this 1974 Corvette to Corvette Values:
1974 Corvette Convertible, VIN #1z67j4s427XXX. Painted Dark Red (original) with dark red leather interior and a white convertible soft top. Matching numbers L-48 350ci/195hp engine, automatic transmission, 79235 original miles, power steering and brakes, air conditioning, power windows, auxilliary hard top and luggage rack. Paint and mechanicals in good/average condition, no documentation but have owner history.
Find out how we valued this Corvette after the jump.