As car enthusiasts look spec out the perfect 2020 Corvette Stingray C8 model, the choices of colors and trims seem endless. While GM’s (GM) Chevy makes it possible to see the liveries online with its web spec tool, these are a number of options buyers can expect to choose from before they buy.

The C8 is offered with a dozen different paint colors, including some new shades for 2020, which include Accelerate Yellow, Rapid Blue, and Zeus Bronze. Like the previous Corvette models, returning paint colors include Arctic White, Black, Blade Silver, Ceramic Matrix Gray, Elkhart Lake Blue, Long Beach Red, Sebring Orange, Shadow Gray, and Torch Red.

The roof of the C8 can also be painted to match the body or done up with a transparent or visible carbon fiber top, depending on preference.

C8 interiors also come with nine color options including; Adrenaline Red, Jet Black, Jet Black with Red or Yellow stitching, Morello Red, Natural, Natural Dipped, Sky Cool Gray, and Two-Tone Blue.

If a customized interior option is more favorable, buyers can select from Jet Black with gray seats, Jet Black with red seats, Sky Cool Gray with black seats, and Adrenaline Red with black seats. There is also a Carbon-Fiber Interior Trim Package offered.

Seats can be fitted with leather, suede, or cloth with six different seatbelt options – black, blue, tan, orange, red, and yellow – as well as a two-tone upholstery selection offered.

Wheels trim can also be specified on the C8, including Bright Silver Open Spoke, Carbon Flash Open Spoke, Spectra Gray Machined Trident Spoke, and Ultra Bright Trident Spoke. Chevy does offer two accessory wheel packages with the Performance Pewter Open Spoke and Black Trident Spoke.

Wheels can also be paired with custom brake calipers in Black, Bright Red, Edge Red, or Yellow for a completed look on the C8.

The Corvette C8 will be available for preview during its U.S. dealer tour going on now. Chevy has said the C8 will start under $60,000 and be available at dealers in early 2020.

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