Chevrolet has decided to celebrate six decades of Corvette production by developing a special edition which made its public debut a few days ago at the National Corvette Museum located in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The car will be limited to 500 units and all will be based on the 3LT Coupe which is the flagship variant of the model. It comes with an attractive Laguna Blue Metallic paint scheme, a carbon flash hood stinger stripe and a carbon fiber roof. As the official photos show, the car received Torque-style chrome alloys sporting the stingray logo in the middle.
The interior cabin is covered in Browstone sueded microfiber, complementing the individually-numbered plaque and a carbon fiber trim. Chevrolet fitted the model with bespoke floor mats and Stingray-branded sill plates. Power comes from the familiar LT1 V8 6.2-liter engine producing 460 bhp and 465 lb-ft of torque linked to a 7-speed manual gearbox.