Chevrolet took its Corvette Racing drivers off the racetrack and put them in a design studio to create special appearance packages for the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette. This celebration of Corvette Racing, which has won more races than any other North American-based racing team since 1999, uses the Corvette Grand Sport as a canvas.
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The four versions are each named after a driver and can be had with 1LT, 2LT or 3LT equipment packages. All four cars get black wheels with a red stripe wrapped in summer tires with red brake calipers adding another pop of color. Each vehicle also comes with a special driver-specific plaque inside the car and unique interior trim details. The 3LT models get carbon fiber interior accents. The rest of the unique packages are as follows:
- Antonio Garcia Edition: Racing Yellow exterior paint gets a black “Jake” stinger stripe on the hood, as well as red hash marks on the front fenders. Side mirrors are Carbon Flash. The interior is Jet Black; on 3LT versions, it features yellow stitching to match the exterior.
- Oliver Gavin Edition: Shadow Gray exterior paint is offset with Torch Red accents including a solid center stripe that runs nearly the length of the car and fender hash marks. This version also has Carbon Flash side mirrors. The interior is Adrenaline Red and has red seat belts.
- Jan Magnussen Edition: Arctic White exterior paint has Crystal Red center stripes running the entire length of the car and gray hash marks on the fenders. Side mirrors are body-colored, and the interior is Jet Black with red seat belts. The 3LT interiors get red stitching as well.
- Tommy Milner Edition: Exterior paint is Elkhart Lake Blue with a set of silver center stripes, red hash marks on the fenders and body-colored side mirrors. A Jet Black suede interior — or only leather on 1LT models — has red seat belts.
The Drivers Series packages will be available for ordering this spring. A Drivers Series appearance package will cost $4,995 for 1LT and 2LT models and $5,995 for 3LTs. Other features of the cars are all standard or available options for non-Drivers Series Corvette Grand Sports.
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