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.