2021 Chevy Corvette Stingray turns heads, snaps necks
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.