Pricing for the 2020 Corvette Stingray is Expected on August 15th


Pricing for the 2020 Corvette Stingray is Expected on August 15th

Folks on the Corvette Forum have been hearing from their dealers that Chevrolet’s Order Workbench for the 2020 Corvette Stingray is opening this week. Those working with dealers will have a chance to spec out their custom orders and once pricing is released, the order can then be finalized.

The good news is we won’t have to wait very long as full pricing on the 2020 Corvette Stingray is expected on August 15th.

There’s a lot of moving parts when it comes to this process.

Chevrolet is using the extended order window to gauge demand on options and accessories and they’ll be working with their suppliers to make certain options a priority. Hopefully, we won’t have the kind of constraints that impacted some of the major items on the C7 Corvette’s rollout like the visible carbon fiber roofs and the carbon fiber interior trim panels.

It’s also important to note that just because a dealer tells you that you are high on their list that it doesn’t mean you’ll get your C8 in that order. Sold Orders from dealers will have to match allocations and constraints before they picked up by Chevrolet and added to the production schedule. Unfortunately, we may not know what the constraint window looks like until production is ready to go.

Although not confirmed, we have heard that the production will start with the most popular exterior colors first. The new colors will come on soon after, yet we are hearing that Rapid Blue may take a little longer, so all these factors will affect the timing of your order within Chevrolet order system.

If you’re looking for a ray of sunshine during this process, the good news is that many dealers we know are committed to selling the new 2020 Corvette Stingray at MSRP so make sure you confirm with your dealer that there are no “market adjustments” when it comes to signing on the dotted line.

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  1. The dealerships should be more than grateful to sell C8s at MSRP since most people want “a deal”, i.e. big discount.

  2. Well, our local dealer unabashedly told me they’re tagging 10 grand on to the retail. I won’t tell you what I told him as I was leaving.

  3. Hey Keith how about naming the dealerships not looking to gouge the customer??? Steering business to these dealerships committed to not marking up the 2020’s should be acknowledged… I remember the C6 Zo6 roll out, many dealers added on to the MSRP etc.

  4. Exotics like Ferrari who assemble very limited numbers can expect their representatives to be choosey who will be the caretaker of their masterpieces. Corvette is an assembly line car producing over a hundred vehicles a day. There is no need to rush , over pay, or bribe delivery. Supply will be ample with this new billion dollar plant . General motors has always had a positive following with their engineering skills. Used they retain not only value but a constant following of customers . Speculation indicates Chevrolet could sell rocks if they branded them with bow ties.

  5. When C7 came out it was the same thing. I waited until the 2018 version to buy my C7. I suggest everyone wait a while. If you do, you will have the benefit of both others, who have too much money, to work out the bugs in the C8, in a similar manner that was done for C7, and a significant reduction in price. I put mine on-the-road for a shade under 15% under sticker. We live in a supply-and-demand economy. If I buy a C8, I would not buy it before the 2024 version.

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