Chevrolet’s radically redesigned Corvette Stingray sports car – now with a mid-engine configuration – debuted two years ago and returns for 2022 with a starting price of $60,200 (plus $1,295 freight) for the base 1LT coupe and $68,400 for the base convertible.
The Corvette’s first mid-engine configuration was designed to give the Stingray better weight distribution, response and a greater sense of control, with the driver seated closer to the front axle, almost overhead front wheels.
This ‘Vette also has the fastest zero-60 mph time of any entry-level Corvette – under three seconds when equipped with the Z51 Performance Package ($6,345), included on our tester. 2022 Stingray 2LT coupe (base price $68,200).
The mid-engine layout also gives the driver and passenger a race-car-like view of the road due to the lower positioning of the hood, dash and steering wheel, Chevrolet says.
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