We all get excited when Chevrolet releases the new Corvette options every year, but this year we’ve got a lot of reasons to be excited, especially if you’re planning on picking up a new ZR1. It’s easier than ever to customize the interior of this fantastic car to suit your tastes perfectly. Let’s take a look at the new interior color options that are going to be available for the 2019 ZR1.
All the Color Combinations
While the exterior of your car is important, it’s not the part that you’ll be staring at when you’re driving the car to and fro. Thankfully, the new ZR1 has six interior options for you to choose from. You can go with the classics: gray, jet black, or Kalahari, which is a subtle khaki color, or you can change things up.
You also have Adrenaline Red, which would give cherries a run for their money, the darker Spice Red, or a Jet Black interior with orange stitching.
These aren’t the only interior options, though: you can also choose the seat trim materials to give your ZR1 the ultimate custom look.
Custom Trim Options
The new ZR1 comes with three custom trim options for your seat and interior.
For those that like leather, you’re in luck; you can choose between perforated Mulan leather, perforated Napa leather, or leather with microfiber inserts. These aren’t designed to be the kind of car you put children in … and save the fast food for when you get home so you don’t leave any greasy fingerprints on the stunning leather upholstery.
The Exterior Needs to Look Good, Too
Once you’ve chosen an interior and trim, the final step is to choose an exterior to match. You’ve got 10 options so it’s easy to mix and match with the interior; choose something that matches, compliments, or is totally opposite from the interior color you’ve chosen.
The 10 colors being offered with the ZR1 this next model year are:
- Shadow Gray Metallic
- Ceramic Matrix Gray Metallic
- Blade Silver Metallic
- Long Beach Red Metallic Tintcoat
- Torch Red
- Sebring Orange Tintcoat
- Corvette Racing Yellow Tintcoat
- Elkhart Lake Blue Metallic
- Arctic White
If none of these colors tickle your fancy, you still have some options. A custom vehicle wrap can change the color of your car — even if you’re leasing your ZR1 — to anything you can imagine without violating your lease agreement or damaging the paint color. They can even help protect the paint beneath, raising the resale or trade-in value of your car.
We can’t wait to get behind the wheel of this new ZR1; regardless of the colors that you choose, it still has the classic Corvette power beneath the hood.