2020 Corvette Interior
The all-new 2020 C8 mid-engine Corvette isn’t set to release until early 2020, and Chicago performance enthusiasts are waiting with bated breath to get behind the wheel! As the official release approaches, the folks at Chevrolet are slowly unveiling official information on this new generation of Corvette, including what the 2020 Corvette interior will include for each trim level. To learn more about what you can expect to find inside the luxurious cabin when you step into a 2020 Corvette, explore the details of everything we know so far, below!
The 1LT will be the entry-level C8 Corvette, though its standard features are anything but basic. Designed for drivers who are looking for a well-equipped cabin that isn’t boastful about its amenities, the 1LT includes the following standard interior features:
- Bose premium 10-speaker system
- Standard 8-way power GT1 seats
- Driver Mode Selector
- Leather-wrapped steering wheel
The 1LT trim offers three striking options for Corvette interior colors on the GT1 seats: Jet Black, Sky Cool Gray, and Adrenaline Red.
Step up to the Corvette 2LT, and you’ll gain access to a number of desirable standard feature additions, including extra Corvette interior colors options. Here are the key features confirmed for the 2LT:
- Bose Performance Series 14-Speaker Audio System
- Heated/vented seats and heated steering wheel
- Standard GT1 seats
- Available GT2 seats in Napa leather
- Head-Up Display
- Performance Data & Video Recorder
Corvette interior colors for the 2LT seats are the same as the 1LT, with the addition of Natural. If you opt for the available GT2 seats, you’ll also gain access to sport-focused Competition Seats.
As the top-of-the-line 2020 C8 Corvette trim level, the 3LT delivers plenty of premium features that will have you feeling ready for the track, even if you’re just commuting to work in Carol Stream. Standard features include:
- Custom leather-wrapped instrument panel and door
- Suede microfiber upper interior trim
- Standard GT2 seats
With your standard GT2 seats, you’ll have the same options for Corvette interior colors as the 1LT and 2LT, with the addition of Natural Dipped, Morello Red, and Two-Tone Blue.
2020 Corvette Interior Seating
What’s so special about the Corvette GT1 and GT2 seats? They’re designed to bring the ultimate comfort and performance to Addison drives. Here’s more information on each type of seat:
- GT1 Seats: Wrapped in luxurious Mulan leather, the GT1 seats were created for long-distance drives, offering plenty of support for drivers.
- GT2 Seats: Wrapped in premium Napa leather, the GT2 seats feature a unique carbon-fiber trim with a seatback halo.
- Available with the GT2 seats are the Competition Sport seats, which are designed for the track with sturdy bolsters and performance-grade textiles in the areas that will experience more wear.
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