Fine curves, good shape, nice rack...
All of that is true for Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible, which for more is the first hardtop and mid-engine convertible car in the brands model history. The shape of the car is incredible. It has a bright, dark orange color – a classical style for a sport car. The convertible maintains the tunnel-dominant structure and the use of high-integrity die-cast parts found in the Stingray coupe. The hardtop provides a quieter cabin, increased security and a cleaner look compared to the previous soft-top designs. Besides, a fighter jet is the source of inspiration for the epic car's exterior.
The engineers managed to perfectly preserve the style, functionality, and performance of the coupe with capacity. For example, according to the manufacturers, the car can store two sets of Golf clubs and hand luggage.
A divider glass window in the middle of the vehicle can be power adjusted with the top up or down. The manufacturing engineers optimized the glass to reduce air recirculation and wind noise in the cabin for improved quietness. The roof system design, combined with the same rear spoiler used on the Stingray coupe’s Z51 Performance Package, results in identical drag between the coupe and convertible with the top-up.