Corvette Visualizer Lets You Build Your Ideal 2020 Stingray
After a long, long, long, loooooooong wait, the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has been unveiled and is primed to come charging to the market. Folks who are eager to make good on their vows to buy one the first opportunity they get don’t have to wait very long — the reveal was accompanied by the launch of a dedicated Corvette Visualizer on Chevrolet.com, which lets you see your 2020 Corvette Stingray in full 360-degree, three-dimensional detail.
“We want to be able to show customers what their ideal Corvette will look like before they order it,” said Steve Majoros, director of Chevrolet passenger car and crossover marketing. “They’ll be able to experiment with different wheels, brakes, fabrics, color samples and much more as they craft their dream Corvette. This is the most extreme level of detail we’ve ever offered at reveal and it will only improve over time.”
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The Corvette Visualizer is unique in the level of customization it offers all around. When you load in, you find a Torch Red Corvette Stingray sitting in a serene, white studio space. Not only do you have the option to open or close the roof and turn the headlights on or off, but you can also turn the lights off in the studio so that the Stingray is set against a black background. From there, you can customize the trim level, exterior colors and accents, wheels, seats, and interior color scheme.
Once you build the most handsomest Corvette you can, you’ll be given the option to save the vehicle to a list or reserve that exact vehicle with your preferred Chevrolet dealer. If you order a Stingray, you can take advantage of the Corvette Concierge team, which will answer your questions and can help arrange special one-on-one consultations to facilitate the buying process.
Whether you plan to buy one or not, it’s worth checking out the 2020 Corvette reveal site just to see what’s up there. From the Corvette Visualizer to videos to a full breakdown of what makes the mid-engine ‘Vette so cool, there’s plenty to keep you occupied.
“This is the most thorough reveal site we’ve ever produced, with a variety of different videos, feature articles and photography all available,” said Majoros. “Whether you’re new to Corvette or have been driving one since 1953, we have content that will be appeal to you.”