When the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray debuted with its engine in the middle, the low $58,900 base price shocked everyone. Unfortunately, like many performance or luxury cars, the options are plentiful and add up quickly. In reality, you’ll never see a C8 Corvette close to that base price, which is still out of range for many people. Luckily, you now have the chance to get a brand new 2020 Corvette for far less: $200. It’s also a very special car, as it’s the 1.75 millionth Corvette ever made. The catch? It’s being offered in a raffle, so you’re going to need some serious luck to win it.
The 1.75 millionth Corvette is being raffled off through the National Corvette Museum. To enter, you must be 18 years or older. At the time of writing, 1370 of the 1500 tickets are still available, and you have until September 4 to enter, so there’s still some time to think about it.
It’s a fantastic spec too, as the design matches that of the original Corvette introduced 67 years ago. The C8 will be an Arctic White Coupe with Adrenaline Red interior and silver Trident wheels. It’s got all the must-have options too, with the 3LT trim package, Z51 Performance Package, Magnetic Ride Control, GPS Memory Front Lift, and the Engine Appearance Package.
If you are lucky enough to win the 1.75 millionth Corvette, you’re treated to the full National Corvette Museum delivery. This means a “Red Carpet VIP Experience” for the winner and three guests, which involves a museum tour, and full walkthrough of your new car.
Until the car is raffled on September 4, it’ll sit in the Museum along side four other very special Corvettes, pictured below. Furthest left is a C1 from the first model year, next is a C3 that’s the 500,000th Corvette ever made, then a C5 which is the 1 millionth Corvette, then finally the 1.5 millionth, a C6. All follow a similar spec, so it would be great to pick up your new Corvette alongside the other legends if you happen to win the new one.
You can enter by clicking these orange words here.