[PICS] Corvette Enthusiast Renders the 2021 Corvette Model Year Changes

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[PICS] Corvette Enthusiast Renders the 2021 Corvette Model Year Changes


Last weekend we received our first glimpse of the new model changes coming to the C8 Corvette in 2021 after a dealer leaked the 2021 specs from the GM Workbench order system. The big news from the leak is that the 2021 model year Stingrays will see two new exterior colors, two interior color combos, multiple new racing stripes, and a new Stinger hood design.

Thanks to Ace at the MidEngineCorvetteForum.com, we have some graphic renderings of how these new options will appear on the new Corvettes. Ace reminds us that this is how HE imagines how these colors and options will look and are not official GM images.

Exterior Colors

First up are the two exterior colors that will see Long Beach Red and Blade Silver replaced with Red Mist Tintcoat (GPH) and Silver Flare (GSJ). Of the two new colors, the Silver Flare is the most dramatic change of the two and it’s believed that it’s the same color that appears on the No.4 C8.R race car. A new colorchip seems to confirm that Red Mist is more akin to Magnetic Red and we think that color will do very well.

[PICS] Corvette Enthusiast Renders the 2021 Corvette Model Year Changes


Exterior Stripes and Graphics

Chevrolet already had three full-length racing stripe packages available for 2020 and for 2021 they have added four new stripe colors (Orange, Red, Yellow, and Blue) to go with Carbon Flash, Sterling Silver and Midnight.

A new Stinger hood graphic is also coming in 2021 and we believe the three colors are Carbon Flash/Edge Yellow, Carbon Flash/Midnight Silver, and Carbon Flash/Edge Red. These Stinger graphics will go well with the current Hash Mark graphics that are available in similar colors.

[PICS] Corvette Enthusiast Renders the 2021 Corvette Model Year Changes

[PICS] Corvette Enthusiast Renders the 2021 Corvette Model Year Changes


I do think the full-length racing stripes will feature the dual stripe design instead of one big stripe as Ace’s renders show. And perhaps the Stinger graphic would have some contours at the front of the stripe much like this rendering on the Stingray R:

Stingray R Graphics

One of the most exciting options to surface for the 2021 model year is the “Stingray R” theme that we believe is the C8 Corvette’s first special edition. Although we have no idea what exactly the Stingray R package will look like, we pointed to another fan representation of a Silver Flare Stingray wearing yellow graphics that will possibly carry the “Stingray R” moniker or other representations of the C8.R race car. We also note that the new interior color combo called “Strike Yellow/Sky Cool Gray” (HFC) is most likely the paired interior for the Stingray R package and the fact that its available only on 3LT is another indicator that this special edition may be limited in quantities.

[PICS] Corvette Enthusiast Renders the 2021 Corvette Model Year Changes

[PICS] Corvette Enthusiast Renders the 2021 Corvette Model Year Changes


So what do you think of these new options now that we can see them rendered as images? Let us know in the comments field below. And if you want even more conversation about the C8 Corvette, head over to the MidEngineCorvetteForum.com and jump right in with like-minded Corvette enthusiasts.


Source:
MidEngineCorvetteForum.com

Related:
2021 Corvette Options and Two New Colors Leaked
Touch-Up Color Chip Provides First Look at the New Red Mist Exterior for 2021 Corvettes

 



9 COMMENTS

  1. single fat full length looks better than the double on the 2020, the yellow accents on the grey exterior look ok also. Interior color combo is awful

  2. Whoever is in charge of interior color combos should have been fired years ago. This is just another in a long line of ugly. Simply awful.

  3. If you want to get young people in Corvette’s you need colors like this. Good job Chevy!!

  4. On the C8R 2021 style rendition I thought about rapping my 2020 C8 as the C8R but wanted to
    Be the Yellow and Silver Livery and not the one that finish as the 2nd Corvette at 24 hours at Daytona! Didn’t the Silver one break and had to be fixed to finish?

  5. I hope ( other ) interior colors have a better effect than the YELLOW. It makes me want to puke; the YELLOW exterior does the same . ( you need to go back to Corvette Racing Yellow )…….In my humble opinion.

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