Chevrolet dealers will begin taking delivery of the 2015 Corvette Stingray in September with enhancements over the previous model year.
The 2014 model year Stingray came with a six-speed automatic transmission (or a rev-matching seven-speed manual), but the company will implement its new eight-speed automatic for 2015. Presumably, the added gears will bring improved performance to the car as well as better fuel efficiency.
Other changes for 2015 include a new ZF1 appearance package that adds to the Z51 performance equipment. The car will also be available with a new data recording system meant to log performance data while turning track laps.
The ZF1 package adds 19- and 20-inch wheels compared to the standard 18-inch front and 19-inch rear wheels that are part of the standard equipment list. It also adds a body-color spoiler and a carbon fiber front splitter and rocker panels.
Pricing hasn’t been announced for the 2015 model year and is expected to be revealed closer to when the cars arrive in showrooms.
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