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Our Rating4.2/5
Price$65,895 - $127,545
Engine6.2-liter 8-cylinder / 5.5-liter 8-cylinder
Power490–495 hp / 670 hp
Torque465–470 lb-ft / 460 lb-ft

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Performance bargain, approachable handling, friendly tech


Divisive looks, auto-only, split cabin

Bottom Line

The latest C8-generation Corvette has gone mid-engined, cementing its status as the budget supercar. A friendly 495-horsepower base model, a wild high-revving Z06, and the upcoming hybrid E-Ray provide buyers with plenty of options.

2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible Review: The Friendly Supercar

Accelerate Yellow is the exact right color for the 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible.

I wasn’t sure of it at first. I prefer a hue with more orange in the mix, not the hint of green here. The mid-engined ‘Vette is already a busy, eye-catching shape, so this tester’s almost fluorescent paint just demands even more attention.

But that’s the point. If the story of the modern car is playing out on these city streets, then the Stingray is the highlighted passage you can’t miss. The C8 has bona fide supercar presence now, an exotic mid-ship experience at a (comparatively) affordable price. It’s even better in convertible form too, providing all that stunning performance with an extra helping of vitamin D.

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Chevrolet Corvette vs Porsche 718 Boxster vs Toyota Supra: Sports Car Shootout

With a Boxster’s low nose filling the rearview mirror, and the unmistakable tail of a Supra ahead, I half-expect the Stealers Wheel classic tune to start playing on the radio of the 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.

Alright, I certainly don’t feel “stuck” driving this drop-top version of the current AutoGuide Performance Car of the Year. As work days go, threading Chevy’s hot new thing down a winding road, with managing editor Kshitij and photographer Harry as company, this is a high-water point.

We’ve assembled these three for a very specific purpose. The Toyota GR Supra, here in eye-catching A91 Edition form, represents where the Corvette came from: a reasonably priced, front-engined two-seater. Nipping at the Chevrolet’s four exhaust tips is the 2021 Porsche Boxster GTS 4.0. The Porsche plays in the same space as the new ‘Vette. It’s mid-engined, it produces its power without the aid of turbochargers, and it comes closer to the Chevy’s 495 horsepower—at least on paper. The turbocharged Supra is still an important foil though, as this one lists for less than an absolute base-spec C8 Stingray.

Can the Corvette defend itself on two fronts? We spent a day in the beautiful Forks of the Credit area to find out.

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Detailed Specs

Price$65,895 - $127,545
Engine6.2-liter 8-cylinder / 5.5-liter 8-cylinder
Power490–495 hp / 670 hp
Torque465–470 lb-ft / 460 lb-ft
Fuel Economy (city/hwy)12–16 mpg / 21–24 mpg
Cargo Capacity12.6 cu ft

Our Final Verdict

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