2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible is Now Up on the Chevrolet Build and Price Configurator

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2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible is Now Up on the Chevrolet Build and Price Configurator


Here’s an early Christmas present from Chevrolet. You can now build and price the 2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible at Chevrolet.com.

The 2020 Corvette Configurator has all the Convertible options listed and you can select multiple views of the car with both the top up or down, as well as reviewing your interior selections.

We know what a time trap these configurators can be and I am actually looking forward to spec’ing out more than a few versions of the Stingray Convertible over the Thanksgiving weekend.

Starting at $67,495 for the 1LT version, the Convertible is an incredible bargain among mid-engine sports cars. But the prices can go up rather quickly with a few checkboxes.

I figured I do a quick build with the options I like the most without going crazy. Here I did a 2LT Convertible with Z51, Mag Ride, Front End Lift and even though I stayed away from some of the pricer carbon fiber exterior options, I did go for the interior trim in CF. Which is nice. And the two-tone GT2 seats really look good too. But even with some restraint, my initial build ran north of $90,000:

2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible is Now Up on the Chevrolet Build & Price Configurator


I looked back at the post I wrote when the Build and Configurator first went live with the 2020 Coupe and I that car I configured was also Long Beach Red. Hmmm.

So head over to the Chevrolet configurator and build and price your new 2020 Corvette today!


Source:
Chevrolet.com

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Build and Price the 2020 Corvette Stingray Coupe at Chevrolet.com
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3 COMMENTS

  1. This configurator needs work. I made a mistake on interior trim and it won’t let me go back & redo it. At the very least, it should have a Start Over button at the end of each page or category. It also saves your selections as you go, so when you try to reload the web page and begin again by opening a new set of selections, it serves up your prior choices. Maddening.

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