2021 Corvette Pricing Released with Z51 and the E60 Front Lift Seeing Increases

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2021 Corvette Pricing Released with Z51 and the E60 Front Lift Seeing Increases


Expected this week from the Corvette Team is the 2021 Corvette pricing schedule and its now available to dealers. A copy was leaked to the internet and now we can see exactly where GM will be raising prices of select 2020 options as well as setting the price for new options for the 2021 model year.

The Corvette Team made a promise back at the Virtual NCM Bash that base pricing would not change from the 2020 model year. That commitment includes the 1LT, 2LT, and 3LT pricing for the Stingray Coupe and Convertible. Those prices are unchanged* and are:

  • $58,900 – 1LT Coupe
  • $66,200 – 2LT Coupe
  • $70,850 – 3LT Coupe
  • $66,400 – 1LT Convertible
  • $73,200 – 2LT Convertible
  • $77,850 – 3LT Convertible

*Prices do not contain the mandatory destination fee of $1,095.

However, we did guess correctly that certain options would most likely be raised for the 2021 model year. These are the returning options from 2020 with the new 2021 Pricing. I have also included the 2020 pricing in parenthesis. The most popular options receiving a price increase are the Z51 Performance Package and the E60 Front Lift:

  • Z51 – Z51 Performance Package $5,995 ($5,000)
  • E60 – Front Lift $1,995 ($1,495)
  • 5DF – Black Trident Spoke Wheels $2,895 ($2,695)
  • 5JR – Carbon Fiber Mirror Covers $1,245 ($1,145)
  • RCC – Engine Cover in Red $525 ($495)
  • RCD – Engine Cover in Sterling Silver $595 ($495)
  • RIA – All weather Floor Liners $205 ($195)
  • CAV – Contoured Cargo Area Liners $145 ($135)

Based on 2020 Sales Data the Corvette Team released during the Virtual NCM Bash in late May, the Z51 Performance Package was ordered by 74% of buyers while the E60 Front Lift accounted for 58% of all Corvettes sold. The LPO Black Trident Spoke Wheels were only ordered by 14% of buyers.

Now for the options new to 2021, Red Mist Metallic Tintcoat is priced at $995, the same as the outgoing Long Beach Red, and the FE2 Magnetic Ride Control without Z51 will cost you $1,895. Silver Flare is the other new exterior color for 2021, but there is no additional cost to select it so it is not listed below.

  • GPH – Red Mist Metallic Tintcoat $995
  • FE2 – Magnetic Ride Control w/o Z51 $1,895
  • DSY – Orange Full Length Racing Stripes $995
  • DSZ – Red Full Length Racing Stripes $995
  • DTO – Yellow Full Length Racing Stripes $995
  • DUH – Blue Full Length Racing Stripes $995
  • DZU – Carbon Flash/Edge Yellow Stinger Graphic $500
  • DZV – Carbon Flash/Midnight Silver Stinger Graphic $500
  • DZX – Carbon Flash/Edge Red Stinger Graphic $500
  • SFE – Wheel Locks $95
  • SQU – High Security Silver Painted Wheel Locks $105
  • W2D – Cargo Net Set $110
  • WKR – C8R Indoor Car Cover $1,195
  • PDY – Roadside Safety Package $175

We note that some of the most popular add-ons were not listed as a 2021 pricing, that being the High Wing or the three-piece Aero Kits which were discontinued and stripped from 2020 orders. We were hoping to see those again. I am also surprised to see that the NPP Performance Exhaust pricing stayed at $1,195 which is what that price as been since it was first introduced on the 2014 Corvettes. Kudos to GM for keeping that popular option from rising as well.

As we’ve discussed, ordering for the 2021 Coupes and Convertibles starts at the end of the week and it will be a busy time for dealers so make sure you have your plans together when you sit down to spec out your Corvette order. Production of the 2021 Corvettes is expected to start in November.


Source:
Chevrolet.com

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Stephen. The only price protection was on the base prices (1LT, 2LT, 3LT) for the Coupe and Convertible. As you will have to write a new order for 2021, the new option prices will apply. – Keith

  2. Z51 Performance Package $5,995 ($5,000) $1k is a big increase
    E60 – Front Lift $1,995 ($1,495) just starting to take advantage of the popular option
    5JR – Carbon Fiber Mirror Covers $1,245 ($1,145) A lot of money just for caps
    RCC – Engine Cover in Red $525 ($495) Was over priced at $500 (just buy one online for less)
    RCD – Engine Cover in Sterling Silver $595 ($495) not sure why Sterling Silver is now more money

  3. I agree with everything mako said. Also from what I remember the NPP Performance Exhaust was first introduced on the 2008 Corvette not the 2014.

  4. The dealer told me last month they had three coming in and one was mine. I’m still waiting , but with everything going on (19,plus the strike) can’t blame anyone . Maybe I shouldn’t of sold my 2016 to them , at least I could of been driving around in it .My 2014 and mine 2016 both had the performance exhaust on them as the 2020 I ordered .

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