The Build and Price configurator is finally live for the 2021 Corvette Stingray, giving buyers a chance to spec their perfect mid-engined sports car. While it can easily be said that the configurator gives Corvette buyers options than ever before, it turns out that some new additions have been excluded from the website. Thanks to YouTuber and salesman Rick Corvette Conti, we now have an idea as to what those accessories will be.
According to recent upload, the 2021 model year will bring several new accessories, such as the previously announced Jake logo all-weather floor mats, cargo mat and hood graphic. And while it is odd that these confirmed accessories are missing from the configurator at this point, they aren’t nearly as cool as the other parts GM is keeping from you.
General Motors will reportedly be rolling out a few new carbon fiber bits for the 2021 Corvette Stingray. This isn’t a huge surprise, considering just how popular the stuff is with mid-engined car buyers. The General will be adding three new parts to the catalogue, starting with a new carbon fiber roof bow graphic. Somewhat awkward looking, this new piece will run between the B-pillars on the car’s roof. There will also be some carbon fiber intake accents, which of course sit on the car’s hips nowadays. Best of all however is the addition of the visible carbon fiber High Wing setup.
Now, it is important to note that none of these new parts are listed on the 2021 Corvette configurator, nor are they listed on Chevrolet’s order system. Conti says that he believes this will change once ordering officially opens, at which point the full configurator should launch. If you’d like to hear more about these findings, the conversation about them starts at around the 5:45 mark of the video.