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Chevy Reveals Pricing for 2017 Camaro and Corvette in Europe

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The 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray packs a 6.2-liter V8 engine good for up to 460 horsepower

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If you are in Europe and a fan of Chevy, then boy howdy are you in luck, as the Bowtie Brand has revealed European (and UK) pricing for the Camaro, Corvette Z06, and Corvette Stingray, as well as a number of updates for each.

First, you have the Camaro, which will be arriving in Europe with either a 2.0-liter LTG turbo four-cylinder engine or a 6.2-liter LT1 V8, plus will be offered with OnStar, thanks to Opel and Vauxhall’s services on the continent (and that means standard 4G LTE Wi-Fi). Unfortunately for the people in the UK, the Camaro isn’t yet available in right-hand drive.

In any case, pricing in the UK still begins at £32,775 for an automatic coupe with the four-cylinder engine. At the top end, the Camaro comes at £41,020 for a manual coupe with the V8 engine. For Germany, the Camaro starts at €39,900, and rises to €50,900.

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Both Corvettes come with a number of updates in common, including four new exterior colors: Sterling Blue, Admiral Blue, Watkins Glen Gray, and Black Rose. Inside, both receive black suede headliners, steering wheel, and shifter, including color-contrasting red stitching and red shift paddles. Plus, each have received an update to the PDR (performance data recording system) to improve the system’s usability, and have received a Chevy MyLink update that allows Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The only update that the Z06 gets that the Stingray doesn’t is available carbon ceramic brakes.

The Z06 starts at £89,620 in the UK, and €116,500 in the rest of Europe. The Stingray comes a significant amount less expensive, starting at £62,470 in the UK and €79,500 in Europe.

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News Source: GM Authority