DETROIT — Chevrolet is giving the Corvette all-wheel drive and a hybrid powertrain for the first time, but it's not quite ready to make the famed sports car fully electric.
The Corvette E-Ray, available later this year as a 2024 model, will start at $104,295 for a coupe with removable roof and $111,295 for a hardtop convertible version, Chevy said Tuesday. All pricing includes shipping.
The E-Ray will be the quickest Corvette yet, according to Chevy, capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds. That's one-tenth of a second faster than the track-ready Corvette Z06, which costs several thousand dollars more.