Caffeine Brown Metallic (pictured) replaces Zeus Bronze, the most unpopular color of the 2020 model year with just 548 units to its name. Hypersonic Gray Metallic succeeds Shadow Gray and Amplify Orange replaces Sebring Orange. The low-profile rear spoiler is offered by Chevrolet under the code RPO TVS, and is complemented by a Z51-type front splitter. Limited to 1,000 units, the IMSA GTLM Championship Edition celebrates the Corvette’s dominance in the Championship IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar. Available from $ 87,085 and $ 94,085 depending on body style, the Special Edition is based on the Stingray even though the C8.R endurance racer has a similar engine to the upcoming Z06. As a quick reminder, the faster variant switches from pushers to a DACT
valves and a flat crankshaft. Scheduled to feature the world’s most powerful N / A V8, the widebody Z06 is expected to develop around 617 horsepower (460 horsepower kW
) from 5.5 liters of displacement.
As for the Stingray, the small-block powertrain still has 490 horsepower and 465 pound-feet (630 Nm) of torque as standard. The NPP exhaust system unlocks five more ponies and pound-feet of torque, but GM has made a few changes to the LT2 for the 2022 model year. These changes range from the active fuel management (AFM) system to the fuel injection system. direct and ECU
Scheduled to start production at the end of the third quarter in Bowling Green, Ky., The 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray will start at $ 62,195, including destination charges. That’s a $ 1,200 increase over the outgoing Vette, and it’s not justified because GM hasn’t added more standard equipment. Looking on the bright side, you’ll be hard pressed to find a performance bargain with a factory warranty at the same price as the mid-engined Corvette Stingray.