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    The Chevrolet Corvette: The Year in Review

    As we close in on another year-- and another decade-- it is quite possible that 2019 was one of the biggest years yet for the Chevrolet Corvette. And we're looking at 2020 to continue the excitement surrounding the latest (and greatest) mid-engine sports car. 

    Generations of Corvette lovers patiently awaited the debut of a mid-engine model. 2019 finally brought the us the 2020 mid-engine Corvette after years of false starts.

    Let's recap what 2019 brought for America's favorite sports car:

    2019 was a great year for the Corvette, and we have a feeling that 2020 will be even better! We can't wait to finally see the mid-engine Corvette out on the streets. GM confirmed that the C8 start-of-production date will be in February, 2020.

    Thank you for another great year at Corvette Store Online! We are excited to continue bringing you the latest Corvette products and updates throughout the new year! Stock up on all of your Next Generation gear at https://www.corvettestoreonline.com/collections/next-generation.

    The Ultimate Gift Guide for the Corvette Owner

    The Ultimate Gift Guide for the Corvette Owner

    Gift giving can feel daunting at times, especially when you're buying for someone who loves their Chevy Corvette more than just about anything else. If the 2020 mid-engine Corvette didn't make it into your holiday budget (or even if it did), we've made gift-giving easy this year for the Corvette enthusiast. We've been helping customer's select the perfect Corvette gifts for nearly a decade. Read on to check out our top 10 gifts for the Corvette owner (in no particular order).

     

    1. Corvette Clocks

    Our wide selection of wall clocks bring a unique touch to any garage, office, or man cave. With a vintage look and a colorful glow, the C1 Neon Clock pictured above is a fan favorite.

    Or, make it ultra-personalized by adding a name to one of the Garage Lighted Clocks.

    Check out the variety of clocks on our site at https://www.corvettestoreonline.com/collections/corvette-clocks.

     

    2. Men's Apparel

    Our apparel selection covers every Corvette generation, including Next Generation gear. Grab your loved one a new jacket, a hat, or a new t-shirt that they are bound to love! The C7 Corvette Stingray Under Armour Qualifier 1/4 Zip Jacket is a fan favorite. 

    Another top seller is the C7 Grand Sport Nike Dri-Fit Polo

     

    3. Corvette DVDs

    Corvette DVDs are an unexpected and unique gift for the Corvette lover! Some of our best sellers are the Corvette DVD Anthology, 1953-2020, Corvette Ads, 1952-2019, and the Corvette Commercials & Videos Box Set.

     

    4. Car Covers

    The Moda Triguard Cover has been a favorite this season. With its sleek, soft, and custom fit, the Moda Triguard is the perfect indoor cover.

     

    5. Luggage

    Traveling for the holidays? You can't go wrong with our luggage collection. We carry everything from backpacks, to duffel bags, to women's tote bags. A few of our favorites are the North Face Aurora II Backpack, the Next Generation Eddie Bauer Duffel Bag, and the C7 Black & Red Tote Bag.

     

     

    6. Jewelry

    From men's to women's pieces, we have an incredible jewelry line. If you're looking for something for her, check out the C7 Stingray Lever Back Earrings or a Corvette C4-C7 Pandora-Style Charm.

    Shopping for him? We recommend the Stingray Carbon Fiber Money Clip or the C7 Carbon Fiber Cufflinks.

     

     

    7. Ladies Apparel

    Shop our great selection of apparel for the special lady in your life! We carry jackets, tees, hats, polos, and accessories.

     

    8. Drinkware

    Whether you're buying for a coffee drinker, a wine drinker, or a whiskey drinker, we have drinkware for every occasion. The C7 Corvette Brooklyn Tumbler is perfect for the person who is on the go. 

    We also carry a set of four, heavy-base double old fashioned glasses. Select from a huge variety of logos to adorn your glasses.

    Be sure to check out all of the drinkware options we have to offer. 

     

    9. A WindRestrictor

    Really want to impress them? Customize one of our WindRestrictors with an etched design and your choice of LED lighting. WindRestrictors aren't just for convertibles. They're a great way to customize your coupe as well. 

     

    10. Gift Cards

    Hopefully gift buying is feeling less daunting to you at this point. If you're still feeling stumped though, you can't go wrong with a Corvette Store Online gift card. 

    The Debut of the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

    The Debut of the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

    We were officially introduced to the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible last week and it wowed us all! 

    The history of the Chevrolet Corvette Convertible goes all the way back to 1953, the first year of the Corvette. For many years the convertible was the only option, without a coupe in sight. From ’53 through ’62, almost ten years, the coupe didn’t exist. In 1963, Chevy debuted the Stingray split window, ending the convertible-only era. By 1975, attitudes surrounding drop-tops began to change. Chevrolet did away with the convertible from 1976 through 1982, the duration of the third generation of the car. It was speculated that the convertible would never make a reappearance as the years passed by. However, in 1986 Chevrolet had a change of heart and introduced an open-air version of the fourth generation Corvette. From there on out, it’s been coupe and convertible every year since.

    Historically, Chevrolet has taken its time debuting a convertible version after debuting the latest coupe. However, with the C8, we got to meet the 2020 Corvette Convertible just three months after the initial debut of the Next Generation Corvette Coupe.

    The latest convertible will be released early next year, starting at a base price of $66,400. It will feature a new component: a folding hardtop. The top will retract electrically in just 16 seconds at speeds up to 30mph. 

    Production is currently held up due to the UAW strike against General Motors, now in its third week. All GM assembly plants are currently shut down, including the plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky. We’re all hoping that the labor dispute ends soon, so the Next Generation Corvette is released on schedule. Corvette is still reporting that the Corvette coupe will be in showrooms late in 2019, with the convertible following in spring of 2020.

     

    GM To Debut The 2020 Mid-Engine Corvette Convertible in October

    GM To Debut The 2020 Mid-Engine Corvette Convertible in October

    Just when the dust has settled from the unveiling of the 2020 mid-engine Corvette, GM has us back on the edges of our seats. On October 2nd Chevrolet will debut the first ever mid-engine Corvette Convertible. Although we’ve already been teased with images of the convertible back in July, we’ve never received a full introduction to the new super-car. The reveal will take place at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Merritt Island, Florida.

     

     

    Chevy made their official announcement via Twitter on Tuesday morning, showing an illustration of a coupe that turns into a convertible. If you look close enough, you’ll notice the transition from coupe to convertible makes the body slightly longer, while changing out the sloped rear window for rear-mounted ribs. The convertible also appears to have a sleek flying-buttress design behind the roll over structure and on the lid that covers the top stowage area. Rumor has it, there will be a power-retractable hard-top which would be a first for Corvette.

    We estimate that the convertible will add on an extra $5,000. Stay tuned for the latest Corvette debut on October 2nd. Be sure to check out our growing selection of Next Generation Corvette Gear!

    Just Announced: The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Pricing Guide Revealed

    Just Announced: The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Pricing Guide Revealed

    When the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette debuted in Orange County, California, GM President, Mark Reuss, announced the pricing would start "under $60,000". This morning we learned that it really does start below $60,000 with a base price of $59,995.

    Chevy released a full pricing guide Thursday morning, and here's what we've learned.

    With the 1LT model starting at $59,995, the mid-engine sports car comes in just $3,000 above its front-engine predecessor. 

    The 2020 Corvette has three trim packages with increasing levels of equipment. Chevy states, "1LT is the car for driving purists who want the lightest Stingray possible, but one that's still very well equipped." It comes with a Bose premium 10-speaker system, standard 8-way power GT1 seats, driver mode selector, and all-season performance tires. It also comes in 8 standard exterior colors, with the option to upgrade to 4 additional colors. For a full list of 1LT options, visit https://www.chevrolet.com/upcoming-vehicles/2020-corvette/1lt-pricing

    Next up, the 2LT, starting at $67,295. Chevy states, "2LT adds a number of comfort and convenience features in addition to color-matched interior options." The 2LT comes with everything the 1LT does, plus additional interior options, Bose Performance Series 14-speaker audio system, heated/vented seats and a heated steering wheel, the option for GT2 seats in Napa leather, as well as head-up display and PDR. 

    Finally, the 3LT model "is the utmost in luxury performance, with a leather-wrapped interior," according to Chevy. It comes with everything the 2LT comes with, plus 13 interior color options, a custom leather-wrapped instrument panel and door, suede microfiber upper interior trim, and standard GT2 seats in Napa leather. The 3LT starts at $71,945.

    You can now pre-order your 2020 Corvette and the options seem nearly endless. Assembly kicks off later this year in Bowling Green, Kentucky. To shop 2020 gear, visit https://www.corvettestoreonline.com/collections/next-generation.