As Motor Trend notes, the 2014 C7 Corvette was launched with a starting price of $ 51,995. After a few months, the base price rose to $ 53,993 on unprecedented demand. Until the launch of the 2015 model, the starting price had risen to $ 55,995.
The pricing strategy of Chevrolet has caused a lot of commotion over the C8 Corvette. The mid-engine Corvette only costs $ 3,000 more than its predecessor and will attract new buyers without stinging its loyal customers. And even if the price goes up, we suspect that the C8 Corvette will still be one of the cheapest sports cars on the market.