Chevrolet’s 2017 Corvette Grand Sport will carry a starting price of $66,445, the Detroit automaker announced on Friday. The convertible version of the Corvette Grand Sport will retail from $70,445. Both prices include destination.
“The racing DNA of the original Grand Sport race cars is in the 2017 model, adding greater dimensions of capability and driver involvement to the Corvette’s award-winning architecture, for a purer driving experience,” said Harlan Charles, Corvette product marketing manager. “It is a worthy successor to the spirit of the originals.”
2017 Corvette Base Pricing (does not include delivery charge)
- Stingray Coupe – $55,450
- Stingray Convertible – $59,450
- Stingray Coupe with Z51 – $60,450
- Stingray Convertible with Z51 – $64,450
- Z06 Coupe – $79,450
- Z06 Convertible – $83,450
Full pricing with option packages will be available May 13th and Grand Sport orders will begin May 1st.
2017 Z06 will have the same options as 2016 Z06
There will be 360 possible color and stripe combinations on the Grand Sport!
Heritage Package is $795
Red seat belts are $395
2017 Production will begin last week of June after a two week maintenance shut down, cars will be arriving at dealers in late July – early August.
2016 Corvette Review
Over 37,000 2016 Corvettes have been built and approximately 1/3 are Z06s.
81% of Stingrays are equipped with the A8 – automatic transmission.
71% of Z06s are A8 – automatic transmission (66% of C7.R Special Editions built), 36% Z07.
Arctic White Production to Date: 20%
Black Production to Date: 17%
Torch Red Production to Date: 15%