2020 Corvette C8 Unveiled

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They released pricing. As expected, it's only just under $60k, but more importantly, the Z51 performance package is only $5k.

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65k for the LT1 with the Z51 package is still pretty good for all that performance.
 

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This guy did a video on the spread in pricing.


I am a bit amazed that there are $40k in options.
 

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But this one is made in AMERICA
With a VEE EIGHT
With PUSHRODS, like GOD intended!

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I know it's sarcasm but realistically C8 has no competition, a supercar level performer with an MR layout for 60K there is really no other choice.
 

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I know it's sarcasm but realistically C8 has no competition, a supercar level performer with an MR layout for 60K there is really no other choice.
I agree, and I am not even a Corvette fan.
 

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To put that in perspective, a midsize truck can easily run you $50,000 these days if you get an off road package and $55,000 if you start going nuts with the options. $65K for a high performance mid-engine car is nuts.
 

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To make it worse, the only way you can have a cheaper MR is if you were to get a 718, (Cayman is 55ish and Boxter is 59), which is not even close to what the C8 can do.
 

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I just test-drove a mid-range Dodge Ram that cost $66k...
 

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To put that in perspective, a midsize truck can easily run you $50,000 these days if you get an off road package and $55,000 if you start going nuts with the options. $65K for a high performance mid-engine car is nuts.
I just test-drove a mid-range Dodge Ram that cost $66k...
A crew cab Raptor with no options is $55,840. Just saying.
 
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