The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray sees small tech upgrades and tweaks for the 2021 model year.
Chevy's performance flagship continues to offer unique value for a mid-engine sport coupe.
The Magnetic Ride Control suspension is now available as an independent option from the Z51 performance package.
There's also a new feature called Buckle-to-Drive that prevents shifting out of park before the driver's seatbelt is fastened. It's defeatable if you like to live dangerously.
The standard 12-inch digital instrument cluster features a new digital tachometer mode.
Standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay now feature wireless connectivity.
The mid-engine configuration puts the driver in the center of the action.
A 490-horsepower V8 is standard, but upgrading to the performance exhaust bumps that to 495 ponies.
The design isn't for everyone, but the performance can't be ignored.