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2021 Corvette PartsThe 2021 Corvette is Chevrolet's iconic mid-engine sports car's sophomore model year. The 2021 Corvette quickly became one of the most sought-after sports cars of the year, following on the heels of a short model year. Despite GM's assurances that the next Corvette will start at $60k, dealer pricing for both the 2020 and 2021 Stingrays has risen, with many examples selling for well over $100k. Add to that the fact that sales of the 2021 Mid-Engine Stingray were halted on March 25, 2021, due to high demand, and you can see how popular this Corvette was at the time of its release.
Although customer reaction to the mid-engine design was mixed at first, the overwhelming demand for owning one of these cars proved that GM had scored a home run with their latest Corvette. While Chevrolet had been thinking about a mid-engine Corvette for decades, the decision to go with a mid-engine platform for the 2020 model year was pretty straightforward—there was nothing else Chevrolet could accomplish with the traditional front-engine, rear-wheel-drive design. That was demonstrated by the 2019 Corvette ZR1. While the previous C7 was a beast in its own right, the C8 finally took the Corvette into the 21st century-and, perhaps more importantly, was now on par with the best European sports cars in its class.
The 2021 Corvette Stingray, like the 2020 model before it, had a "bold, futuristic appearance with mid-engine exotic proportions" that was distinctly Corvette. If you look at the car from the front or back, you'll notice recognizable air inlets along the front fascia, all of which are reminiscent of the front end of the 2019 Corvette ZR1. From the back, the 2021 Stingray looks almost the same as its seventh-generation sibling, but with more refined features. The lengthened rear end, prominent side air scoops, and visible engine peeping through the rear decklid glass are all key traits which clearly indicate that this is not your grandfather's Corvette.
2021 Corvette Quick Facts
- Base price (coupe): $59,900
- Base price (convertible): $67,400
- Total production numbers (coupe): 15,112
- Total production numbers (convertible): 11,104
- A brand-new block and ventilation system. The centerline of the crankshaft sits a full inch lower to the ground where it mates to the transaxle for better handling.
- Low-profile oil pan which reduces mass.
- The engine oil cooler capacity was increased by 25 percent.
- Standard edge Red valve covers are included from the factory.
2021 Corvette Performance Specs
- 0-60 MPH: 2.8 seconds
- Top speed: 194 MPH
- Horsepower (standard): 495 @ 6,450 RPM
- Torque (standard): 465 @ 5,150 RPM