The desirable magnetic selective ride control suspension will be available as an option on all trims.
The Z51 package is still offered and includes the FE3 suspension.
Production of the new 2021 Chevrolet Corvette begins on November 2nd. With it will be offered a number of new features including standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a series of new racing stripes colour combinations.
The 2020 C8 Chevrolet Corvette was, despite its shortened production run and delays, quite successful. In GM’s infinite wisdom, they’ve made very subtle changes for 2021 namely making the magnetic selective ride control suspension an option on all trims. Now, even a basic Stingray will benefit from the extra comfort and handling afforded by the adjustable suspension, according to the order guide shared by autoevolution.com.
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Other changes include adding the now must-have connectivity features as well as offering future owners the ability to further customize their Corvette with a series of new full-length dual racing stripes. Available colours combos include Blue, Orange, Red, and Yellow, with Carbon Flash with Edge Red, Edge Yellow, and Midnight Silver.
Other additions include new contoured cargo area and floor liners with the Jake logo, a road safety package, and ultra-high security silver-painted wheel locks.