We all know a mid-engine Corvette is highly-likely. Despite the more expensive variant coming, Chevrolet has opted to leave 2019 Corvette pricing largely unchanged.
The folks over at Corvette Action Center have stumbled upon what appears to be the 2019 Corvette price list. Given that some dealerships are also posting these details as the 2019 pricing, we’d assume this is legitimate information.
Based on the information, the most interesting aspect is that the MSRP of the 2019 model is the same as the 2018. In fact, the only change from 2018 to 2019 appears to be the destination charge, which has increased from $995 to $1,095. It’s unclear why GM would increase that when the car has not changed.
Including the higher destination charge, the all-new 2019 Corvette ZR1 will carry a base price of $119,995 for the coupe version and $123,995 for the convertible. Both variants powered by the beastly 755 horsepower and 715 pound-feet of torque from its LT5 V-8.
It isn’t clear when production of the 2019 Corvette will commence. GM has had production shut down at its Bowling Green, Kentucky assembly plant since August to revamp the Corvette’s paint shop.