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2025 Chevrolet Corvette Goes Wild On Color And Customization

Key Takeaways

  • GM announces new customization options for 2025 Chevy Corvette with vibrant color options: Sebring Orange, Competition Yellow, Hysteria Purple.
  • Updates include new caliper and interior options and a spoiler redesign for Stingray’s Z51 package.
  • More Corvette models to come, with anticipated 800-hp ZR1 and 1,000-hp Zora variants expected soon.

GM is launching new customization options for the 2025 model year of the Chevrolet Corvette, announcing new and returning paint options, interior details, and wheel finishes for all three C8 variants: Stingray, Z06, and E-Ray. Among these new specification choices is the return of Sebring Orange Tintocoat Metallic paint, a fan favorite previously offered from 2019-2021. There’s also now the option of Competition Yellow Tintcoat Metallic and Hysteria Purple Metallic, the latter of which does not carry a surcharge.

Other New Options For 2025

Along with these new finishes, calipers can now be had in Velocity Yellow while the interior gets access to a new Habanero scheme. Alternatively, Blue stitching can now be applied to Black leather. In addition, 1LT, 2LT, 1LZ, and 2LZ trims now get a leather airbag cover for the steering wheel as standard. The Z06 also gets some special treatment of its own, with its 10-spoke wheels now available in a choice of four finishes:

  • Pearl Nickel
  • Gloss Black
  • Polished
  • Bright Polished with Carbon Flash Pockets


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As standard, the Stingray’s Z51 performance package gets a newly redesigned spoiler. All of these new choices, with the exception of the Tintcoat Metallic paint finishes, appear to be no-cost options, but pricing for the 2025 Corvette range is yet to be confirmed. For the record, the 1LT Stingray Coupe starts at $68,300 for the 2024 model, with the Z06 starting at $112,700 and the E-Ray starting at $104,900. All these prices exclude a $1,695 destination freight charge.

More Exciting Corvette News Coming Soon

The current Corvette range offers a wide variety of choices, but there is still room for expansion. In the summer, Chevrolet will unveil the C8 Corvette ZR1, which is expected to use a twin-turbocharged version of the 5.5-liter LT6 V8 from the Z06. We estimate around 800 horsepower from this range-topping model, all of which is expected to go through the rear wheels.

But this is unlikely to remain the king of the C8 castle for too long, as a 1,000-hp Zora variant is also said to be in the works, reportedly hitting the market next year. We’ll bring you more information as it becomes available, but for now, the C8’s new colors will have to do.


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