Thanks to one of our stealthy readers, it appears that Chevrolet dealers can now configure 2021 Corvette orders through GM’s Global Connect via quick order, but without pricing.
Below, are pictures of a 2021 Corvette Stingray Coupe with the 3LT trim package with only the default options automatically selected. Click on each image for a larger view:
Of course, the big news for the 2021 model year are two new colors. RPO GPH – Red Mist Tintcoat Metallic replaces Long Beach Red Metallic and RPO GSJ – Silver Flare Metallic replaces Blade Silver Metallic. It also appears that Zeus Bronze Metallic will also make a return for the 2021 Corvette. Given that demand for this incredible color has been less than lackluster, we weren’t sure if it would be a one-year only option.
Even more exciting than new colors, is the ability to now order Magnetic Selective Ride Control without having to order the Z51 performance package. For the 2020 Corvette Stingray, if you wanted Magnetic Selective Ride Control, the only way to get it, was with the Z51 option.
Last but not least, the MSRP for the 2021 model year will remain the same as the 2020. That’s great news for anyone who placed a 2020 order that has not reached the 3000 build status.
As we reported a while back, Chevrolet will try and build all 2020 Corvette orders that are currently sitting at level 3000 or higher, but can make no guarantees.
Expect the start of regular production for the 2021 Corvette Stingray to begin around the middle to end of November.