So you just have to have a new mid-engine Corvette?
Well, if you’re willing to pay a steep “market adjustment” of nearly $40 grand, then Clay Cooley Chevy in Irving, Texas might be able to help you.
That dealership is currently offering a 2020 Corvette coupe for a whopping $119,995 – some $37,970 over the MSRP of $82,025.
The new Stingray, with 30 miles on the odometer, comes with the top-of-the-line 3LT package that costs $11,950 and the Z51 package adds another $5,000.
Finished in Arctic White, the 3,844th mid-engine Stingray to come off the assembly line features the Adrenaline Red interior.
Also on the options list are Front Lift for $1,495, Battery Protection Package for $100, Z51 Performance Suspension with Magnetic Selective Ride Control for $1,895, Bright Red Painted Calipers for $595, and Engine Appearance Package for $995.
We’re not sure we want a new Stingray that badly, but if you have the money and absolutely want to be the first on your block to have a mid-engine Corvette, then have at it, by all means.
After all, the American economy is known for its “supply and demand” system. In this case, with all the production delays so far, it might be worth it to someone to pay that extra “market adjustment.”
Even with the assembly plant in Bowling Green cranking back up again after the coronavirus shutdown, the availability of the car is going to be limited since every 2020 that will be produced before the model year ends is already accounted for – unless a buyer has a change of heart at the last minute.
Would you pay that much for a mid-engine ‘Vette?
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