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Even base-model 2014 Corvette Stingrays are well-equipped, but there are a number of upgrades for the luxury- or technology-minded.
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Real carbon-fiber accents and a stitched-suede dash-wrap are available options, each of which adds $995 to the sticker.
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In that center control stack is a new 8-inch touchscreen display that uses Chevrolet's latest MyLink electronics interface, which includes smartphone integration for audio apps like Pandora and Stitcher.

Speaking of the C7's future as a used car, buried in that display is a gauge that will prove useful for comparing secondhand Vettes: in addition to mileage, the C7 logs total engine revolutions.
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That American dream is now safe to have, and it only costs around $52,000 to have it -- pretty good deal for a dream.
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All 2014 Corvette Stingray Coupe and Convertible models come well-equipped in base form. There are a number of interior and exterior upgrades to tweak the feel, look, and function of the Corvette as well.

Base models include dual-zone automatic climate control with air filtration system; an 8-inch color touch screen panel for infotainment control; SiriusXM Satellite Radio; Bluetooth streaming audio; USB and SD car inputs; auxiliary input jack; auxiliary power outlet; cruise control; keyless entry and push-button start; a rearview camera; and a leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel.

Optional upgrades include: 2LT and 3LT interior packages, which add color and material upgrades to the upholstery; an available Bose 10-speaker audio system; SiriusXM with HD Radio; a custom luggage set; memory-function eight-way power adjustable seats; satellite navigation; upgraded competition sport bucket seats; a sueded microfiber-wrapped steering wheel; and many aesthetic and comfort options.

Performance upgrades include the Z51 package, a $2,800 option that adds upgraded brakes and dampers, stiffer springs and anti-roll bars, a dry sump oil system, unique wheels, an electronic limited-slip differential, and upgraded cooling for the differential and transmission, plus an aerodynamic package. Magneto-rheological (MR) dampers are also available with the Magnetic Selective Ride Control option, adding a range of drive modes for different use/surface conditions.

Those who wish to have the full Corvette experience can even opt for delivery at the National Corvette Museum across from the plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky.


Even base-model 2014 Corvette Stingrays are well-equipped, but there are a number of upgrades for the luxury- or technology-minded.

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