The 2022 Chevrolet Corvette will launch in Australia in the fourth quarter of this year, nearly two and a half years after confirmation the mid-engined sports car would be made available in factory right-hand drive and make its way Down Under.
Three variants will be available – 2LT, 3LT and a special Carbon Edition – all of which will be based on the model year 2022 updates to the Corvette.
The 2LT will open the range at $144,990 before on-road costs, while the 3LT is priced at $160,500. Convertible versions will add $15,000 to the asking price of those two coupes.
As standard, the Corvette will come with a colour head-up display, a 14-speaker Bose sound system and front lift kit as well as the Z51 Performance Package that is available as an option in the US.
The Z51 Performance Package bundles together a bi-modal exhaust, adaptive suspension, large Brembo brakes, an electronic limited-slip differential, extra engine cooling and a front splitter.
Pricing for the Carbon Edition is $189,990, with the grade building on the on the 3LT coupe with the inclusion of a carbon-fibre roof, unique wheels and brake callipers, different interior trim, a unique build number and a special welcome pack.