Special edition models offer customers some unique style, and the 2015 Chevy Corvette is getting a pair of ocean-inspired packages.
The Corvette Atlantic and Pacific design packages each take a different approach to customization, with the Atlantic offering a comfortable convertible while the Pacific is a coupe meant to be taken to the race track. When GM orginally unveiled these cars at the SEMA show, the brand said it would offer them if there was enough positive customer feedback. Clearly, there was.
The Atlantic package (pictured right) is offered exclusively on Z51-equipped Corvettes that are either the 2LT or 3LT trim, though it can be had in any available Corvette color. In terms of special content, this car gets a Z06-style front splitter, gray exterior vents and graphics, chrome wheels with Stingray center caps, custom underhood liner, special floor mats, custom splash guards and a rear license plate frame. Buyers of the Atlantic Corvette will also receive a set of Corvette luggage.
For the track enthusiast, the Corvette Pacific (pictured above) design package is available, also exclusively on Z51-equipped cars in either 2LT or 3LT trim. For content, the Pacific package comes with satin black racing stripes, satin black Z51 wheels with a red stripe, a host of carbon fiber add-ons including the roof panel and ground effects, red brake calipers, competitions seats, carbon fiber interior accents, a rear license plate frame and a gray car cover.
Colors for the Pacific are limited to Torch Red, Black, Arctic White, Blade Silver and Shark Gray.
Both cars arrive with a seven-speed manual as standard equipment, while an eight-speed automatic is an option. Like all other Corvette’s, both of these care are powered by the 6.2-liter V8 that makes 455 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque.
GALLERY: Corvette Stingray Convertible Atlantic
GALLERY: Corvette Stingray Coupe Pacific
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