We find one of the more intriguing colors for the 2020 Corvette to be the new Zeus Bronze. While some easily dismiss the color, it’s videos and photos like this where you can see how the brown metallic comes alive in the sun that has many Corvette enthusiasts taking a second look at the color.
It’s a niche color and almost certain to be one of the rarest colors on the 12 color palate which may make it even more desirable for those who want something new and different.
CorvetteBlogger contributor Jeremy Welborn does a walk around of the 2020 Corvette Stingray painted in Zeus Bronze at the National Corvette Museum’s 25th Anniversary Celebration and you can see how it looks in full sunlight. Additionally, I captured the same Stingray in both the early morning light as well as in the late afternoon with the sun beginning to set on the car.
Photos of the Zeus Bronze in the early morning and late afternoon sun:
The reception to this color sort of reminds us of some other niche colors like Sterling Blue and Black Rose Metallic. Those that have them are passionate about their particular shade and they almost always appreciate having a Corvette painted in a color that you don’t see every day.
I know I have built more than one Zeus Bronze Stingrays in the Corvette configurator. Is Zeus Bronze starting to grow on you? Let us know in the comments.
Video by Jeremy Welborn. Photos by Keith Cornett
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