2014 Corvette Stingray Options Sheet Uncovered

By Brandon Turkus

April 17, 2013

The team at Car And Driver has stumbled across some interesting details about the seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette. And by “interesting details,” we mean the entire order sheet for Chevy’s newest sportscar. There’s still no pricing information, but we’ll add it as soon as it becomes available. It should also be noted that this guide applies to the Stingray Coupe only, and that none of the info necessarily pertains to the Convertible.
Now, this is an extensive list, covering both the standard Stingray and the sportier Z51 model. For those that need a refresh, the Z51 Corvette adds performance brakes with black calipers and slotted rotors, a dry-sump oil system, the FE3 performance suspension, unique 19-inch front and 20-inch rear tires, an electronic limited-slip differential, additional cooling for the rear differential and transmission, and an aerodynamics package. In short, if you want performance, you want the Z51.
Each model will be available with three trims (1LT, 2LT, and 3LT). We’ve been able to discern a few things from the extensive ordering sheet. First, navigation will be available across the range, although it only comes standard on the 3LT. The head-up display won’t be available on the 1LT. The competition seats will be available across the range, on both Z51 and standard models. The awesome magnetic ride control is a cost option on all three trims of the Z51, and it is flat-out not available on the standard Stingray.
There are a huge number of other tidbits of information available—more than we could possibly describe here. If you’d like to peruse the order sheet yourselves, click here. From there, click “Print Book,” “Print Model,” and finally, “Print.” Enjoy, and be sure to let us know if you uncover any other juicy details.
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