The 2011 Chevrolet Corvette range spans three different body types with five total variants: three coupes and two convertibles, available in varying degrees of edgy styling.
Although called a coupe, the base model is really a targa with a removable roof panel, as is the Grand Sport Coupe. The Z06 and ZR1 have traditional fixed roofs, but all of the targas/coupes present the iconic Corvette profile. The convertibles (base and Grand Sport) offer the same basic look, with the ability to let the soft top down.
The Grand Sport builds on the low-slung, purposeful look of the base model with the Z06's wider fender flares, upgraded alloy wheels, front spoiler, and optional vinyl graphics. The Z06 looks much the same, though it is available in a few exclusive colors. The ZR1 is the most attention-grabbing of the lot, with the widest flared fenders, larger air intakes, and a clear panel on the hood to show off the supercharged engine.
The interior is essentially the same across the range, with the Grand Sport, Z06, and ZR1 adding unique badging. The leather upgrade package is nearly a must-have, dramatically improving the look and feel of the entire cabin. The design and layout of the interior is generally regarded as clean and uncluttered, however, with functionality and ease-of-use at the forefront.