Special edition Corvette announced to celebrate 100 years of Chevrolet

To celebrate 100 years of Chevrolet, the company has announced the Corvette Centennial Edition.

Included in the package are satin black wheels, ‘magnetic selective ride control,’ Centennial Edition badges and a graphic logo of Louis Chevrolet on the B-pillars, wheels, and steering wheel. The seat headrests also carry an embossed centennial logo.

See official pics of the Chevrolet Corvette Centennial Edition

The exterior is finished in ‘carbon flash metallic’ paint, with the inside clad in black leather with contrasting red stitching.

According to Rick Scheidt, vice president of Chevrolet marketing, “The Centennial Edition not only celebrates our 100 years, it once again pushes Corvette forward for a new generation of sports car fans.”

The new edition will be available on all Corvette models – including Grand Sport, Z06 and ZR1 – with sales starting this summer. Prices are yet to be announced.

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