The 2020-produced Chevrolet Corvette C8 had big shoes to fill. The first-generation Chevrolet Corvette was introduced in 1953 as an FR layout sports car. Every successive car followed the same format until the C8. The 2020 Corvette is a rear-mid engine, rear-wheel-drive chassis, borrowing cues from supercars such as Ferrari and Lamborghini, and yet coming up with a value-for-money supercar-challenging package that scores on almost all fronts. Our subject specimen is a 2020 Chevrolet Corvette 3LT with a Z51 upgrade. This 'Vette is located in scenic Idaho, and with just a mere 300 miles on the clock! The stock exhaust, wheels, and tires will be included with the sale of the vehicle.
This 2020 Chevrolet Corvette sits on a set of SV-F2 wheels in double dark tint wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S performance tires. Painted in an eye-catching Torch Red, it has also been treated to a ceramic coat and a paint protection film to ensure it stays factory fresh. Adding pop to the exterior are Carbon Flash exterior accents with Carbon Flash Badge, Carbon Flash metallic painted mirrors, and topping it all off is a transparent removable roof panel and the Z51 rear spoiler. The factory options include the 3LT Interior Premium Package, which entails an Adrenaline Red two-tone leather interior, the suede microfiber upper interior package, Torch Red seat belts, navigation, a 14 speaker Bose Performance Series system for a premium listening experience, heads up display, HD front curb view, memory package, rear camera mirror, and performance data recorder. The interior also features leather-covered GT2 bucket seats, a heated steering wheel with heated and ventilated front seats, memory and driver convenience package.
The Z51 performance package that is included in this 2020 Corvette features the signature 6.2L V8 engine tuned to produce 495hp with 470lb/ft of torque. An aftermarket AWE exhaust with high-flow cats has been added too. The Z51 performance suspension includes adjustable lift height with memory and a performance rear axle ratio. Stopping power is courtesy of the Z51 upgraded performance brakes with the Z51 logo on the bright red caliper.