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Full 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Pricing Comes Online

The Build & Price tool for the 2019 Corvette ZR1 is arrived on Chevrolet.com, allowing us to configure our ideal 755-horsepower American supercar – followed by figuring out what organs we could sell to buy one, with pricing ranging from $123,090 to $156,000+.

We found out back in November that the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 would have a price starting at $119,995 for the coupe and $123,995 for the convertible, but that is purely the base MSRP plus the destination fees. Now that the configurator has come online on Chevrolet.com, all of the pricing is available for the newest supercharged super-Vette, including all of the trim levels, popular equipment packages, options and accessories.

Today, we take a quick look at the full pricing of the 2019 Corvette ZR1 with help from the configurator tool on Chevrolet.com.

Basic 2019 ZR1 Pricing
So, we knew late last year that pricing for the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 would start at $119,995 for the coupe and $123,995 for the convertible, but those numbers don’t include gas guzzler tax. This is applied to most ultra-high performance cars and it is unavoidable, so to get the actual “out the door” price, we have to include gas tax as well. Gas guzzler tax for the C7 ZR1 is $2,100 for the coupe and convertible with either the 7-speed manual transmission or the 8-speed automatic.

When you add that number into the original base prices, the 755hp coupe actually starts at $122,095 and the convertible starts at $126,095. Those prices include the standard 7-speed manual transmission and the 1ZR trim level. Those buyers who want the loaded-up 3ZR package – adding navigation, Nappa leather seating surfaces, the Performance Data Recorder, a Bose speaker system and long list of other premium features – will face a starting price of $132,095 for the coupe and $136,095 for the convertible.

Options Galore
Once you have picked the body style and the trim level for your 2019 Corvette ZR1, you will have to pick through a long list of options. This includes 10 exterior colors, 11 different interior color packages, the ZTK Track Package, the Sebring Orange Design Package, 4 different wheel designs, 3 different brake caliper colors, the 8-speed automatic transmission, the Corvette Engine Build Experience, the Museum Delivery Package, the Carbon Fiber Dual Roof package, a variety of different wheel centers, Competition seats, 3 different shades of interior stitching, Corvette luggage and many more little items.

Key options for the 2019 Corvette ZR1 include the following items:
ZTK Track Performance Package - $2,995
ZR1 Sebring Orange Design Package - $6,995
8-Speed Automatic Transmission - $1,725
Corvette Engine Build Experience - $5,000
Carbon Fiber Dual Roof Package - $2,995
Corvette Museum Delivery Package - $990
Competition Sport Bucket Seats - $1,995
Performance Data Recorder - $1,725 (1ZR only – PDR is standard with 3ZR)

Loaded Pricing
If you build a 2019 Corvette ZR1 coupe with the 3ZR trim level, the gorgeous Sebring Orange exterior paint, the ZTK Track Package, the 8-speed automatic transmission, the Satin Graphite wheels, the yellow brake calipers, the dual roof package, the Competition seats and the red seat belts, the price comes to $144,885. For that price, you have the best-performing C7 ZR1 in coupe form with the majority of the available options.

Adding the engine build program and the museum delivery lifts that number to $150,875 and if you want your ZR1 to be more exclusive, you can add the Sebring Orange Design package, lifting the price to $153,190 (including the engine build experience and the museum delivery). For the convertible version, tack on $4,000 and you’ll be in the right ballpark, although some features like the dual roof package obviously don’t apply to the drop-top ZR1.

Now, say that you were only focused on performance. If you get the ZR1 1ZR in Torch Red with the ZTK package, the 8-speed transmission and the Competition Sport seats, you’ll have an MSRP of $129,505 while adding the Performance Data Recorder lifts the price to $131,300.

Click here to visit Chevrolet.com to build your ideal ZR1.


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