What $59,995 1LT C8 Corvette Gets You

Here is everything you get in the 1LT C8 Corvette package from GM’s own website and the Chevy Dude, you provides a visual Youtube video of all the features.

He breaks down the difference between the 1LT, 2Lt, and 3LT C8 Corvettes in these three recent videos.

In this video, Chevy Dude showcases the entire 2020 Corvette with the 1LT trim level. The 1LT car starts at $59,995 and has a LOT of bang for its buck.

1LT is the car for driving purists who want the lightest Stingray possible, but one that’s still very well equipped.

  • Bose premium 10-speaker system
  • Standard 8-way power GT1 seats
  • Driver Mode Selector
  • All-season performance tires

Here’s a link to the 1LT 2020 C8 Corvette Price Guide

Standard 1LT C8 Equipment


LT2 6.2 LT2 V8 Engine

M1L 8-Speed Dual Clutch Transmission

FE1 Corvette Standard Suspension

Q8P Bright Silver Open Spoke Wheels

XFN All Season Performance Tires

JL9 Brakes – 4-wheel antilock

EFR Carbon Flash Exterior Trim Accents

EYT Carbon Flash exterior badge package

CF7 Removable Body-color Roof Panel

J6A Black Caliper

AQ9 GT1 Seats

NK4 Leather-wrapped Steering Wheel

719 Black Seat Belts

UQS Audio System Feature, Bose Premium 10-Speaker

2020 C8 Corvette Z51 – Just the Noise (the Smoking Tire)

Check out this video of the new mid engine 2020 C8 Corvette with the Z51 package going around a track and listen to its engine and exhaust!

Sounds amazing! Can’t wait for the C8.R or Z06 version with an even louder exhaust or when Corsa makes an exhaust for the C8

Ultimate List of Rapid Blue C8 Corvette Videos

This post is dedicated to the #1 most liked, hottest trend of a color Corvette has ever let a customer choose, the 2020 C8 Corvette Rapid Blue.

We will be keeping this post updated with the latest videos of the Rapid Blue C8 Corvette out in the wild and on the streets.

C8 Corvette Rapid Blue Videos


2020 Corvette C8 Spotted Doing Some Filming


Rapid Blue Corvette C8 Start up, Rev, Cold Start

Will the GM Strike Affect the Production and Delivery Dates of the New C8?

GM has moved all UAW workers to Cobra healthcare and as of Tuesday, September 17th while talks continue the strike continues.

GM wants an end to the strike. Strikes are all about negotiating leverage, as UAW’s first push shutting down all of GM’s US plants including the Bowling Green Kentucky plant where the new mid engine C8 corvette will be made starting December 2nd, costing the company about $100 million per day.

While at once cutting its costs during the walkout, GM is forcing massive health care costs over to the union. This should put pressure on the UAW and the striking employees to want to get a deal done faster vs. paying for healthcare cost themselves vs. the golden healthcare coverage GM provides.

A letter by UAW-GM Vice President Terry Dittes to the company Monday presumed GM would keep UAW rank and file on the company health care plan until Oct. 1, but asked for clarification.

GM clarified Tuesday morning, saying the answer is no.

If employees continue to strike until December when the new 2020 Mid engine C8 corvette is suppose to be starting production this will push back all orders whether you were the first to order the car back in July of this year right after the C8 corvette unveil on July, 18, 2019.

As a C8 preorder customer crossing our fingers the strike will end soon but we will keep you posted with updates on this blog.

Recent News about the UAW GM Strike that affects the C8 Corvette Production

Could 2020 C8 Corvette Production Be Delayed By The UAW Strike?

More  Updates on the UAW and GM Strike

UAW are close to ending the strike with GM, more here

Also, Chevy Dude a Corvette/Chevy salesman in Kentucky made a video about how he doesn’t think the strike will affect the C8 production roll out or delay in the preorders.

Updated, October 7th 2019

The longer the strike goes now in its 4th week as of October 7th 2019 the worse it’s going to be for the new C8 production to roll out.

More info on this here from Motor1

a Source says per Jalopnik

That’s where the trouble lies, as reported by The Detroit Free Press:

A spokesman for GM said, “As we’ve previously stated, Chevrolet Corvette Stingray production begins in late 2019 and convertible production follows in late first-quarter 2020. It’s too early to speculate on production timing impacts on any of our vehicles due to the UAW work stoppage.”

But a person familiar with operations at Bowling Green Assembly said, “I know for a fact that this strike is directly going to affect the start of regular production for the midengine Corvette.”

That’s because the plant still must fulfill orders for the current model Corvette, dubbed the C7.

Then, the factory must undergo a tooling change to build the midengine car. GM had planned to idle the plant this week and next to retool it.

“That can’t happen because the plant hasn’t finished production of the current generation Corvette,” the person said.

UAW GM Strike Could Last 60 Weeks Based on UAW Fund!