2017 Chevrolet Corvette

At a Glance

Pricing $55,450 - $67,175
Drive Types RWD
Engines 6.2l V8, 6.2l V8 S
Transmissions A8, M7
Fuel Economy 16-17 (city), 28-29 (highway)

Our Ratings

Velocity Index 90
Style 5 stars out of 5
Utility 1 stars out of 5
Livability 2 stars out of 5
Value 3 stars out of 5
Fun 5 stars out of 5

Overview Information

As the classic American sports car, the Corvette is power and style personified. The Corvette entered its seventh generation for the 2014 model year with all new styling and the return of the Stingray name. Offered in coupe and convertible models, for 2014, the standard powertrain is a 455-bhp 6.2l V8 paired with either a six-speed automatic or seven-speed manual transmission. Higher performance trim levels like the Z06 will return for the 2015 model year.

What Changed:

Corvette Grand Sport model wears more aggressive bodywork and tires.

Official Word:

After garnering more than 20 industry awards in 2014 and earning another spot on Car and Driver's coveted 10Best list for 2015, the Corvette Stingray powers ahead for 2016 with appearance, connectivity and technology enhancements that offer customers more personalization choices and convenience features. Three all-new, color-themed design packages - Twilight Blue, Spice Red and Jet Black Suede - lead the charge, offering custom-tailored appearances that elevate the Stingray's presence on the street or track, while...Read.

Model/Trim/Package EL Engine MPG VjI Base Price
Corvette Coupe Stingray 3 6.2l V8 (455-bhp) M7 RWD 17/29/22 88 $55,450
Corvette Coupe Stingray 3 6.2l V8 (455-bhp) A8 RWD 16/28/21 84 $57,175
Corvette Coupe Grand Sport 3 6.2l V8 (460-bhp) M7 RWD 17/29/22 89 $65,450
Corvette Coupe Grand Sport 3 6.2l V8 (460-bhp) A8 RWD 16/28/21 85 $67,175
Corvette Coupe Z06 3 6.2l V8 S (650-bhp) M7 RWD 90 TBD
Corvette Coupe Z06 3 6.2l V8 S (650-bhp) A8 RWD 86 TBD