GM made a huge statement with its new 2020 C8 Corvette. They followed a design genius that most European sports car manufacturers figured out a long time ago. GM not only went to a mid-engine platform with this new Corvette but, they also offered many more customizable options beneficial for both them and the consumer. It has allowed GM to give us a great starting price of under $60,000, which helps this car become more attainable than most thought it would be.
There are many ways that you can customize this new C8 Corvette, but I’ll highlight my favorite 3.
3 Ways To Customize The 2020 C8 Corvette
For starters, GM is giving you 3 different seat options; unlike before, you only had 2 to choose from. Within those options, you can customize colors with the ability to make them 2 tones and now 3 different materials as well. As a bonus, you can now pick from 6 different colors for your seatbelt as well.
GM hit a home run when they made the engine visible looking through a crystal clear glass that showcases all the power and beauty underneath. The engine bay is a new and exciting area that you can now fully customize with carbon fiber, carbon flash, and different colored engine covers. They even give you an option to add LED lights, which will help you show off the goods, even at night.
I like how GM immediately offers carbon fiber accessories for your exterior aero bits. If you have the want or extra coin to spend, you can make your C8 look even more exotic with carbon fiber everywhere. They allow you to add it to the front splitter, the grille, side skirts, side mirrors, and the roof.
With these 3 and all of GM’s other customization features, I am betting you will never see two C8 Corvette’s that look exactly alike. Making this 2020 C8 Corvette Stingray, the most customizable Corvette yet. Here is yet another interesting standard feature on the 2020 Corvette, which you may indeed like.
See you in my next story. Also check out Torque News Corvette reporter Justin Nohe's recent story discussing the pros and cons for the 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette Stingray.
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Michael Brink is the editor of the Brink of Speed YouTube channel where he covers Corvette content. He has 11,000+ followers on YouTube. He has owned 3 Corvette’s, and they were all different generations. Michael owned a 2003 Corvette Z06, a 2009 Z06, and he currently owns a 2015 Corvette Z06. He has worked in several dealerships and has a wealth of automotive knowledge. He has decades of car expertise as he has been a car enthusiast for most of his life. You can follow Michael on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.