The all-new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is a brilliant high-performance sports car that just so happened to launch during difficult times.
First, it suffered production delays due to the weeks-long UAW strike. Once that ended and the already delayed production finally got underway, the coronavirus pandemic struck, forcing the Bowling Green, Kentucky factory, like all automaker facilities, to temporarily shut down. As a result, the 2020 model year has been shortened and some hopeful buyers will probably have to wait until the 2021s launch. And fortunately, they won’t have to shell out more money.
According to Motor Trend, there will not be a price increase for the 2021 C8 Corvette, meaning the base price will remain the same at $59,995. The same goes for the C8 convertible, which will continue to start at $67,495.