The 2020 Corvette C8 Stingray is all over the internet, and every inch of it has been scrutinized to the fullest by experts and amateurs alike, down even to the observation that the mirror stalks are different lengths for some reason. It is what it is, we suppose, and we may or may not about to be enabling this habit. What you have before you is a detailed photo gallery of the 2020 Corvette interior, with the targa top removed and stored in the trunk. This particular build is a 2LT with a Sky Cool Gray interior, which features a nearly off-white color around the cabin, contrasted by black.
In the photo gallery you will see details such as the steering wheel, HVAC vents, door sill plates, and even a hint of the digital instrument panel startup sequence. The attention to detail is also impressive. And never you mind the contrarians that poo-poo the HVAC button stack that shoots across the center console. It works. Just like the see-through panel between the rear engine bay and the cabin.
For everything you need to see, please have a look at the gallery below.
The 2020 Corvette Stingray is set to debut early next year with a starting MSRP of under $60,000. With that comes 490 horsepower, a top speed of 190 miles per hour, incredibly exotic looks, and the first mid-engine supercar that General Motors has so far produced.