Usually when we bring you a story from bringatrailer.com, we’re telling you about a classic Corvette like a ’58, ’67, or a 1969 Stingray.
Today, though, we found the first brand new C8 to be offered by Bring A Trailer.
This Arctic White over Adrenaline Red Stingray comes nicely equipped with the 3LT and Z51 packages but surprisingly is still one of the cheaper high-end 2020 Corvettes we’ve seen with an MSRP of “just” $83,725. We say “just” because it’s not uncommon to see 3LT Z51s hitting the upper 90s and even zoom into the low $100s.
Despite the somewhat “bargain” price, this car offers several popular options that most enthusiasts would check on the order sheet, including the front end lift ($1,495) and upgraded 19″ front and 20″ rear Trident black wheels ($2,695), as well as magnetic ride control ($1,895) and bright red-painted brake calipers ($595).
Of course, the 3LT ($11,950) includes all kinds of goodies, including heated and ventilated GT2 bucket seats, head-up display, 14-speaker Bose radio, front curb view camera, rear camera mirror, performance data and video recorder, power lumbar control seats, power seat bolsters, heated steering wheel, custom leather-wrapped interior trim package, suede microfiber wrapped upper interior trim package, custom leather-wrapped instrument panel and doors, wireless charging, power heated and power-folding mirrors, rear cross-traffic alert, and side blind zone alert.
The Z51 package ($5,000) includes upgraded brakes, suspension, and cooling system, as well as performance exhaust and electronic limited slip differential, along with the Z51 rear spoiler.
The car was delivered to The Chevrolet Exchange dealership in Lake Bluff, Illinois and shows 8 miles on the odometer. It’s being offered with the window sticker, factory manuals, and of course a clean Carfax report and a clean Wisconsin title.
With six days to go, the bid is still short of the MSRP, hitting $80,500 so far. With the factory still shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, we’re curious to see how high this somewhat of a unicorn Corvette will eventually go.
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