Watkins Glen Gray Metallic w/Black/Blue interior. 376/460hp, 8-spd. Paddle-Shift automatic transaxle.
When 7th generation Grand Sport was introduced in ’17, it filled a perfect gap between the base Coupe and Convertible and the ZO6. From the outside, the new G.S. looked very much like a wide body ZO6, with some subtle differences. But power was handled by the base cars normally aspirated LT-1 engine which put out 460hp and equipped with dry-sump oiling. The brakes were Brembos with 6-piston Black calipers on the front and 4-piston calipers on the rear. A rear differential cooler, Magnetic Ride Control, NPP performance exhaust, specific wheels shod with Michelin summer tires, rear wing and more.
And as if a Grand Sport Convertible wasn’t special enough? How about a Collector Edition Grand Sport Convertible?! To commemorate their introduction, a very special C.E. was brought out. Only 935 examples were produced. This one is #852. What you got was a 3LT Packaged, Watkins Glen Gray exterior with Tension Blue hash marks on the fender, Tension Blue stripes, a Tension Blue interior, special engraved plaque on the dash, special G.S. floor mats and some other interesting touches. If you’re looking to keep a “low profile”, this G.S. is probably not for you. Want to make a statement? Step right up and into this stunning example! With only 15k miles on the odometer, it’s hardly broken in! But, that’s where you come in . . .