As the Motor Trend points out, the Corvette 2014 C7 starts at a starting price of $ 51,995. In a few months, the base price increased to $ 53,993 due to unprecedented demand. By the time the model was introduced in 2015, the starting price increased to $ 55,995.
Chevrolet's pricing strategy generates a lot of buzz for the C8 Corvette. Costing just $ 3,000 more than its predecessor means the average Corvette engine will entice new buyers without offending its loyal customers. And even if the price goes up, we suspect the C8 Corvette will still be one of the best value sports cars on the market.