Details for the 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray are officially out. We already knew that it got three new colors: Hypersonic Gray, Caffeine and Amplify Orange Tintcoat. But now Chevy has given us some other juicy details.
The big news is changes to the 6.2-liter small block V8. Chevy says it upgraded the fuel injection system and “improved”
The latest driveline adaptation is an “improved” Active Fuel Management range. Chevy has not released fuel economy yet, but there may be some changes there with these improvements to the cylinder deactivation system.
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A few minor changes include the addition of some aero options. There is a new rear profile and low profile available. Both will only be optional on the non-Z51 models.
Finally, we come to the price. The 2022 Corvette starts at $ 62,195, including the destination fee. This is an increase of $ 1,200 compared to the 2021 model and $ 2,200 higher than the original price for the 2020 model year, which started at $ 59,995. It is never fun to see prices rise, but even with this price increase it is still a bargaining chip.
If you were thinking of going Cabriolet, the price also went up on this model. It starts at $ 69,695, which is equivalent to the same $ 1,200 price increase year-round as the coupe. Production for the model year 2022 (in all configurations) is currently scheduled to start late in the third quarter of this year.
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