2022 Chevy Corvette Presented in Championship Edition

2022 Chevy Corvette Presented in Championship Edition

June 10, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

The American brand has unveiled the 2022 Chevy Corvette in an exclusive Championship Edition. The car received a racing style exterior and interior. The novelty will come with a car seat cover that is similar to the racing Corvette C8.R.

The new Corvette Stingray IMSA GTLM Championship Edition 2022 celebrates the dominance of the Corvette C8.R in the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season. The special model is limited to 1,000 left-hand drive units with a design reminiscent of the Corvette C8.R. The Jubilee Corvette convertible will be used as a race car at the 2021 Detroit Grand Prix.

The IMSA GTLM Championship Edition will be delivered as a 3LT with the Z51 Performance Package. The package adds $ 6,595 to this model at a total price of $ 87,085 for the coupe and $ 94,085 for the convertible.

The special version of the sports model is available in Accelerate Yellow with gray graphics on the body or Hypersonic Gray with yellow touches.

Regardless of the color, the exclusive new features a Carbon Flash high wing spoiler, yellow brake calipers, black wheels with Corvette Race Jake logo on center caps, Carbon Flash mirror caps, black side rockers and mudguards.

The interior comes in Strike Yellow or Sky Cool Gray to match the exterior. The special version comes standard with GT2 seats, but Competition Sport seats are optional. They also have yellow seat belts and a number plate.

As a finishing touch, the special edition Corvette comes with a car cover that has the design of the # 3 or # 4 Corvette C8.R racing cars.

In addition, Chevy says all 2022 Corvettes will receive an upgraded direct injection fuel system, improved engine calibration. However, the power of the V8 engine does not change.

Not long ago, AutoTimesNews reported that Chevy raised the price of the 2022 Traverse crossover. It became known that for the Chevy Traverse version of the 2022 model year, the L trim, which was positioned as the base version of the crossover, will no longer be available. After all the innovations, the new Chevy Traverse is expected to cost at least 250,000 more.