<h1 class="article-title" itemprop="headline">2020 Corvette Stingray Order Guide Reveals Tons Of Customization Options</h1>
There's God o!|Aug. 08, 2019
The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray order guide is now available and reveals the full range of the C8’s many, many options.
A Motor1 reader was kind enough to provide them with the link to GM’s order guide info, which was just recently updated with the new 2020 Corvette. Sadly, there was no pricing information available in the booklet, but you’ll probably be very happy to see what you can get for under $60,000 on the base model Stingray.
The new mid-engine ‘Vette will come in three trims: 1LT, 2LT, and 3LT. The base 1LT model comes with a ton of standard features, including dual-zone AC, Bose 10-speaker audio, 8-inch infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Keyless open and start, and 4G LTE Wifi hotspot.
Stepping up to the 2LT and 3LT trims provides even more luxury options, including an HD rear camera mirror, 14-speaker Bose audio, HUD, HD front and rear vision cameras with curb view, performance data recorder, heated and vented seats, heated steering wheel, auto-dimming and heated side mirrors, rear cross-traffic alert with blind-spot monitoring, and a front lift adjustable ride height with memory.
On the inside, the 2LT and 3LT trims can also get those two-tone colored seats but require the GT2 seating option. The 3LT trim gets GT2 seats as standard, so just has to spring that little extra for the two-tone leather.
The 3LT trim also gets a custom leather interior package and suede microfiber interior trim.
There are far more color options available for everything from the brake calipers to the seatbelt straps, and listing them all will take all day. Rest assured, you can get this Corvette in basically any color combination you want, and we can't wait to see some of the truly horrific hues that are possible here.
Oh, and there’s an engine bay package that provides the engine bay with carbon fiber trim and interior lighting so that it’s always visible beneath the glass cover. That’s an available option for every trim.