- The 2024 Chevy Corvette E-Ray Coupe has a starting price of $104,295; convertible adds $7000 and starts at $111,295.
- The E-Ray with that targa is nearly $40,000 more than the base Stingray coupe, which starts at $65,895.
- The new E-Ray is a 655 hp all-wheel drive hybrid scheduled to go on sale later this year.
The 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray 655 hp all-wheel drive hybrid will require customers to cut a much larger check compared to the base C8 Corvette Stingray. Not only does the E-Ray’s $104,295 starting price enter six-figure territory, but it’s almost as expensive as the track-focused Z06 model, which opens at $109,295.
Opting for the convertible hybrid will cost more, as the droptop E-Ray starts at $111,295 for the base 1LZ trim. That $7000 price gap is the same one that separates the Z06 coupe from the convertible, which has a base price of $116,295.
Both E-Ray variants are offered with multiple options packages. The Performance Package, for example, includes Michelin Pilot Sport 4S summer tires (all-season Michelin Pilot Sport is standard) and other upgrades. There is also a stripe package and a carbon fiber appearance package that will further increase profits. However, Chevy has yet to release detailed pricing for the option.
To offset the slight price discrepancy, the Corvette E-Ray comes standard with features that are otherwise optional on the base Stingray. The list includes magnetorheological dampers ($1895 option on the 2023 Stingray) and carbon ceramic brakes (only available on the Z06). The E-Ray’s 160-hp electric boost is also important, as the hybrid uses the same gas-fed 6.2-liter V-8 as the Stingray but adds a front-mounted electric motor to the mix—bringing combined powertrain output to a lofty 655 horsepower.
Chevy has yet to start taking orders for the 2024 Corvette E-Ray, but the company says it will go on sale later this year.
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