The final Corvette Stingray produced for the 2020 model year will soon be auctioned off and could fetch a pretty penny.
This particular ‘Vette rolled out of the factory on December 14, 2020, with Chevrolet now focused on producing the 2021 model year Corvette. It is a Convertible and has a number of nice features.
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Its color is known as Sebring Orange Tint Coat and is a $995 option. While not the most popular color for the Corvette, we think it works quite well with the design of the sports car. Moreover, the Corvette badge on the rear is finished in blue and the rear air vents, which are ordinarily finished in gloss black, are color-matched.
Inside the car, which has just six miles on the clock as revealed by the Mecum listing, comes with the 3LT equipment group and features Natural Dipped leather upholstery, a head-up display, front-facing camera, valet mode, power tilt and telescopic steering column, Bose Performance audio system, as well as heated and ventilated seats.
From the factory, the Corvette Convertible is a touch more expensive than the hardtop, but as Chevrolet engineered the C8 from the outset both as a Coupe and a Convertible, the droptop handles just as well as the fixed-top version while the folding roof allows drivers to enjoy the 6.2-liter V8 even more.