Just last week Chevrolet introduced the 2019 Grand Sport Drivers Series and now Chevrolet Europe is getting in on the special edition Corvette scene with their own limited edition aimed exclusively for the German and Swiss markets.
The ‘Final Edition’ is offered on Grand Sport and Z06 Coupes and will be available in two colors, Sebring Orange or Ceramic Matric Gray. The Final Editon features a host of high-performance options including Brembo carbon ceramic brakes, Competition sport seats, performance data recorder and chassis calibration optimized for race tracks. Black aluminum Cup wheels with gray brake calipers and a carbon fiber aero package with visible carbon fiber front splitter and side skirts are included.
The interiors are nicely apportioned with Black Nappa leather trimmed in sueded microfiber and contrasting blue (with Ceramic Matric Gray) or neutral (with Sebring Orange) stitching throughout the cockpit. The high-gloss Carbon Fiber interior trim package is included as well.
There are some differences between the Grand Sport and Z06 Final Edition packages. The 8-speed automatic is offered with or without the Z07 package on the Grand Sport model while the 7-speed manual with Z07 package is available on both the Z06 and Grand Sport models. The Grand Sport Final Edition also comes with Carbon Flash Black Fender Hash Marks.
“Thanks to its unique combination of racing technology, excellent driving dynamics, unmistakable style and high everyday suitability, the Corvette has grown to be the ultimate sports car icon. With this special edition, we aim to honor the current generation, which has once more contributed greatly to the history of the Corvette series”, says Felix Weller, Vice President Cadillac und Chevrolet Performance Cars Europe.
The Final Edition Corvette Grand and Z06s are available now for 116,500 euros in Germany and 130,000 Swiss francs in Switzerland. The Z06 Final Edition Coupe is priced at 139,500 euros in Germany and 153,200 Swiss francz in Switzerland.
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