The Return of a Legend
The latest member of the Corvette lineup, the 2017 Grand Sport carries on the racing spirit of the original 1963 model, combining the power of the legendary LT1 6.2L engine with a lightweight, race-bred chassis and aerodynamics package to provide incredible grip and handling.
Composed & Confident Control
The 2017 Grand Sport features a 6.2L LT1 V8 engine, capable of 460 horsepower and 465 lb.-ft. of torque. The compact design lowers the hoodline, providing optimal weight balance. A dry-sump oil system delivers oil flow through the most extreme cornering, helping Grand Sport deliver a consistently high level of performance.
A Pure Expression of Performance
Grand Sport combines signature Corvette DNA with ingenious engineering to create a stunning aerodynamic sports car with a wider body that includes sophisticated aerodynamic and cooling elements. With a variety of color options as well as unique striping and available fender hash marks with the available Heritage Package, you can truly make Grand Sport yours.
Nearly every exterior element of Grand Sport has been designed with an aerodynamic purpose, creating a potent driving machine that’s primed to perform, lap after lap. Lightweight architecture and Z06-style rear spoiler help reduce lift, while large, available carbon fiber rocker panels and rear spoiler further reduce weight and contribute to overall aerodynamics. An available Carbon Fiber Ground Effects Package takes this aero setup over the top, for the ultimate in design performance.
Z07: A Racing Heritage
Grand Sport is the latest member of one of the most storied performance families in the world. From the road prowess of Stingray to the track-dominant Z06, there’s a Corvette for just about any driver. And Grand Sport with the available Z07 Performance Package takes driving to a whole new level, with 1.2g of cornering capability.
The fully electronic convertible top can be lowered with the press of a button or remotely using the key fob — even while driving up to 30 mph — and hides beneath a body-colored tonneau cover. Since Grand Sport was designed from the start to be an open-top vehicle, you won’t sacrifice performance when the top goes down.