Now that the 2022 Corvette Visualizer is live you can pick your body style, special editions (so far one – the 2022 IMSA GTLM Championship Edition Corvette), exterior colors, performance/wheels, exterior accents, stripes, hash marks, trim levels, interior color, and seats. On the coupe, your can pick your engine cover. You can turn on or off the studio lights as well as the headlights. Switch the roof on or off. You can even take a photo or share your “dream car” with your friends and family. As you can see there is plenty of options to play with.
Note: All photos were taken from the 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Visualizer.
(If you are just looking for the link, scroll down to the bottom of the page for the link button.)
Pricing on the C8 2022 Stingray Mid-Engine Corvette
We do want to mention, that the Corvette does not have prices available. We’ve heard the Build and Price feature will go live right around the model year switchover in early September.
Dealers will begin taking orders July 1, starting at $62,195, including destination freight charge, for coupe models and $69,695, including DFC, for the convertible. The MSRP excludes tax, title, license, dealer fees, and optional equipment. Bowling Green Assembly will begin the model year 2022 production in the late third quarter.
The 2022 IMSA GTLM Championship Edition Corvette which is based on the 3LT trim with the Z51 Performance Package. We are told that the package adds $6,595 to this model for a net price of $87,085 for the coupe and $94,085 for the convertible.
So, what is new on the 2022 Corvette?
- An all-new IMSA GTLM Championship Edition
- Three new exterior colors: Hypersonic Gray, Caffeine Metallic, Amplify Orange Tintcoat
- A new low-profile rear spoiler and the Z51 design front splitter will be offered on non-Z51 models.
Here are some of the options you will be to choose from:
Your first choice is coupe or convertible. Shown here is the new IMSA GTLM Championship Edition in coupe and convertible in both colors available.
Three New Colors for 2022 C8 Corvette Stingray
2022 Corvette Stingray Color Choices
2022 Corvette Convertible and Coupe Roof Colors
Next we’ll look at the 2022 Corvette Stripes and Hashmarks
In addition to the strips your can also choose the fender hash marks for the 2022 Corvette.
Next we look at few more options on the 2022 Corvette: brake calipers, and wheels.
There are several rear spoilers depending on the other options you choose.
Now letts look at the visualizer interior options for your 2022 Corvette.
You can choose the GT1, GT2 or competition seats… Do you want two-tone?
2022 Corvette Seat Material choices of leather, suede, or performance textile.
Again, Chevrolet gives us a lot of options in our seat belt color choices for our 2022 Corvettes.
Corvette Stingray 2022 IMSA GTLM Championship Edition Accelerate Yellow Coupe Interior
I am sure we have missed some of the options. The choices are incredible. You can customize YOUR CORVETTE and have it YOUR WAY!
Get your mouse ready…
Chevrolet Released Some New Photos of the 2022 Corvette
Photos Courtesy of Chevrolet
Chevrolet has just released a teaser video that shows a camouflaged prototype with a big wing testing on various racetracks in Europe and the debut date.
Chevrolet just released the first official video of the C8 2023 Corvette Z06. Check out the audio clip of the flat-plane-crank 5.5-liter V-8. The C8 Corvette ZO6 will debut as a 2023 model.
The European Edition Corvette C8 Stingrays are due on sale in October 2021 in Europe. Read the press release about the right-hand drive edition in Vette Vues blog post dated 05-07-2021.
Chevrolet will be offering 1,000 special edition Corvettes, the 2022 Corvette Stingray IMSA GTLM Championship Edition. The reveal came Wednesday, June 9, 2021, at the Raceway at Belle Isle Park, the site of the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix in Detroit, Michigan to be held June 11-13. 2021. Below is the press release and video from Chevrolet Communications.
Today on Vette Vues blog post we are looking at how to get into your C8 Corvette if your battery is dead.
The 2021 mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette Stingray hardtop convertible is the pace car for the 105th Running of the 2021 Indianapolis 500. This marks the 18th time that a Corvette has served as the pace car for the race–and the 32nd time a Chevy has paced the field. The last time Corvette was the pace car was in 2008.
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