Courtesy Chevrolet in San Francisco has a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette fitted with the optional Z51 package for sale at 100,760 USD.

Courtesy Chevrolet in San Francisco has a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette fitted with the optional Z51 package for sale at 100,760 USD.

When a dealer adds a whopping 25,000 USD mark-up to a Corvette Z51 that would normally cost 75,760 USD (including the extra 20,965 USD worth of options), the final price tag goes all the way up to 100,760 USD. Why? Because there is a very strong demand for the C7 and General Motors has announced they won't increase production.

In other words, if you want a Corvette Stingray but just can't wait several months until production will catch up with demand, you will have to pay considerably more to jump the queue and drive home with the highly-desirable American sportscar. It's certainly a rip-off but some anxious customers will surely take the bait and pay the significant mark-up.

PS: The dealer has an additional Corvette Z51 with a 25,000 USD mark-up, priced at 94,325 USD.

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