2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Ordering Guide Leaks Out, Premium Features Revealed

By Jacob Brown | April 16, 2013
What hasn't already been said about the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, the seventh generation of America's favorite sports car for the last 60 years? To be honest, not much. Paragraphimage But we have a little more that hasn't yet been said, at least not too frequently. Leaked today is the dealership ordering guide for the 2014 Corvette, giving us a better idea of what to expect in the car. Standard for all Corvettes, no matter how you option them, will be HID high- and low-beam headlights, Chevrolet's MyLink infotainment system, dual-zone climate control, and a removable carbon fiber roof panel in coupe models, albeit one that's body colored. If you want one with the carbon fiber weaving exposed, you're going to have to pay up for it. On 2LT and 3LT models, both of the standard car and the more track-focused Z51 version, a head-up display is standard, as is a 10-speaker Bose audio system that replaces the car's standard 9-speaker unit, and heated and vented seats. Available on all cars is a color combination override that allows customers to pick and choose color combinations. This is a step in a similar direction to what Porsche has done for ages, but it's still not a full customization program. As with other Corvettes, a delivery program at the Corvette Museum is available, as are different brake caliper colors available as an extra-cost option, painted in yellow, gray, red, or black. And for the first time, a dual-mode exhaust system is available on all models, giving the Corvette a quiet exhaust note when you're just cruising or a loud roar when you let it loose. An optional sport exhaust will increase horsepower (by how much isn't said) and offer up 4-in. exhaust tips. The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray will come with either the standard GT bucket seats, Competition Sport buckets with tight bolstering, or GT/Competition Sport buckets with the sport seats covered in leather with suede inserts. They'll be available in gray, Jet Black, Kalahari, Brownstone, or Adrenaline Red. Exterior color choices will include 10 colors: Laguna Blue, Lime Rock Green, Velocity Yellow, Arctic White, Blade Silver Metallic, black, Crystal Red, Cyber Gray, Torch Red, and Night Race Blue Metallic. So we know a little more about the car, but Chevrolet didn't give us official power or weight numbers. We'll just have to wait for the next "leak." Check out the whole ordering guide for yourself below. Source: Corvette Blogger
 
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