2019 Corvette Configurator Shows No Changes to Stingray, Grand Sport and Z06
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If you have been waiting to build and price out your ideal 2019 Chevrolet Corvette, your wait is over. The configurator pages for the entire Corvette range for the 2019 model year are available on Chevrolet.com, but if you were waiting for some big changes – you are going to be disappointed.
Based on the information on the website right now, there are no changes in pricing or the key options for the 2019 Corvette Stingray, Grand Sport or Z06. Of course, the biggest news for 2019 is the arrival of the 755-horsepower ZR1 and you can also build that model online, but it appears as though the rest of the lineup carries over completely from 2018.
Things Could Change
I want to point out that there have been plenty of instances in the past where information on an automaker’s consumer website wasn’t accurate and it was later changed. Frankly, I would be shocked if we didn’t see some changes like some new exterior color options and at least a small increase in some of the pricing, so what we see on Chevrolet.com right now pertaining to the 2019 Corvette could change. However, for the time being, it appears as though the Stingray, Z06 and Grand Sport all carry over unchanged from 2018.
2019 Corvette Basics
Based on the information on Chevrolet.com, the 2019 Corvette Stingray pricing starts at $56,590 in coupe form while the Stingray convertible starts at $60,590. The spicier Grand Sport coupe starts at $66,590 while the drop-top version starts at $70,590. Finally, the Z06 coupe starts at $80,590 and the convertible starts at $84,590. All of these prices are the same for 2018 and 2019.
Along the same lines, all of the trim levels for each of the Corvettes remains unchanged for 2019 in both pricing and features, while all of the key options (wheels, transmission, trim, etc.) also remain unchanged from 2018.
Finally, the 2019 Corvette ZR1 coupe starts at $120,990 while the convertible starts at $124,990.
Of course, should these prices change, we will update this report, but right now, it looks as though getting a 2019 Corvette won’t cost any more than a comparable 2018 model.
Best of all, the relatively low Corvette sales of late coupled with the lack of 2019 model year changes should lead to more and bigger discounts later this year.