Only red. I've a 2014 Z51 Stingray That the Mrs & I drove back from Bowling Green a week ago. The plant that makes the Corvette is there as is the National Corvette Museum. There's an option when you build your Corvette for 'NCM Delivery' & it's worth it. If you buy a Corvette, get it built your way, & if you build your own, be sure to choose museum delivery. One of the things you get is a VIP tour of the assembly plant & it can rank up there w/some of the most special things you've ever done.
My local Chevy guy couldn't get allocations & through the internet I discovered there are some that can & I chose one of these, MacMulkin, in NH. They were good people, advised me on the front end it would prob take between 8 & 12 weeks to go from deposit to delivery & it took a couple days over 8 weeks in my case. It's the first year for the new generation of Corvette, the 7th, & demand is strong for the car, esp for Z51. There's loads of drama to getting one at all, & even w/that plus the waiting, I'm glad I did it. The quality of the car itself sealed the deal.
I've had it a week now, it's got 600 miles, & the car's been perfect. I've always driven older cars, mostly muscle cars & hot rods & this is my first new car ever. My wife's had 4 new cars & I've driven them plenty, we look at everything we own as 'ours' but those are kinda hers, & this is kinda mine. I initially wanted a Z06 but the earliest folks can get them is a year from today & we decided a Z51 would be enough. We save some money, we get it a year earlier. We give up ~175 hp & in our case (automatic trans) 2 gears. Here's the build -
2014 Stingray coupe 3lt w/Z51
torch red (GKZ) / adrenaline red (705)
black aluminum wheels (Q7T)
auto transmission (MYC)
magnetic selective ride control (FE4)
performance exhaust (NPP)
Corvette museum delivery (R8C)
Visible carbon-fiber roof panel with body-color surround (C2Z)
Competition Sport bucket seats (AE4)
Sueded Microfiber-Wrapped Upper Interior Trim Package (IWE)
Carbon fiber interior trim (FAY)
There has been a recent price increase on the Corvette but we got in a bit on the front end & that was nice. We got 1k off the msrp & dealer waived the doc fee & those 2 paid for NCM delivery & hotel, food & gas. I retired early so I only put 4000 miles or so on a car in a year anyway & my plan is to keep the car possibly forever & still it'll prob never get to 100k mi in my lifetime. 100/200/500 insurance w/1mil umbrella is 550/year. I'm still getting used to everything this car does, it's complicated. I'm pretty old-school as re perf car driving so I tell people that to me, it's like driving a ps4. The best handling car I ever owned was a '69 Stingray, nothing I've ever driven since could match it (& admittedly, I haven't driven a bunch of stuff, esp newer stuff, or for that matter expensive stuff), but even w/just a week under the belt & all of it taking things pretty easy due to self-imposed break-in constraints, this car just surprises me. I couldn't even imagine a car handling like this Z51 does. Here's some pictures I took today after washing it, there's more from this shoot here - http://s1029.photobucket.com/user/su...?sort=9&page=1
I'm not a MaddModManiac but there's a few I have in mind, it'll take some time to sort that out. The 1st mod we bought before we had the car, GM splashguards, all 4. I put them on in the museum parking lot. There's not 1 chip in the paint anywhere yet, some of that I attribute to these. GM splashguards are a good idea for this car, the tires are like flypaper. So here's to USA & apple pie