2019 C7 Chevrolet Corvette Model Guide
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The 2019 model year was an exciting time in the history of the Chevy Corvette. It marked the final year of the seventh-generation Corvette Stingray (and all its higher-performance iterations.) More than that though, it welcomed the arrival of the ultimate rear wheel drive Corvette – the seventh-generation, 755 horsepower ZR1 – as well as the official unveiling of the 2020 Mid-Engine Corvette.
While there’s no question that the ZR1 was the center-piece of the 2019 Corvette model year, its arrival was still somewhat overshadowed by the certainty that GM was close to unveiling the eighth-generation, mid-engine Corvette! In fact, the ZR1’s introduction was the only appreciable change to the seventh-generation Corvette that year. The base models, the Grand Sports and the Z06 Corvettes all returned for the final model year as well, but without any significant changes to any of these “lesser” models.
Chevrolet did introduce two new paint colors for the 2019 Corvette – Elkhart Lake Blue and Shadow Grey.
The 2019 Corvette ZR1 was developed with the intent of building a super-car iteration of the Corvette that pushed the limits of the brand to the highest power output, greatest track performance and most advanced technology package in its sixty-six year production history.
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