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Fancy a yellow Corvette? Perhaps a deep purple would suit your needs better? If either one of those colors suits your taste, Chevrolet is letting you have it for the 2025 model year. While several of last year's exterior colors are now absent from the palette, the automaker is making up for the loss with three eye-catching new finishes: Competition Yellow, Sebring Orange, and Hysteria Purple. All three colors are available across the entire C8 lineup.


Among the colors being thrown away for 2025 are Accelerate Yellow and Amplify Orange, with the new Competition Yellow and Sebring Orange taking their respective places. There have also been rumors that Chevrolet is getting rid of Riptide Blue, though the brighter Rapid Blue option is expected to remain.



Meanwhile, the new Hysteria Purple color marks the long-awaited arrival of a deep violet hue for the C8 Corvette. It's been among the most highly-requested colors for the mid-engined sports car, and Chevy has finally caved. Competition Yellow is also an exciting addition to the palette, as the Accelerate Yellow it replaces never quite hit the mark with its greener tennis ball appearance.


While the other two colors are new, this isn't the first time we're seeing Sebring Orange, as it's making a return to the lineup after Amplify Orange briefly took its place.



There are also some changes in store for the interior, where the Corvette gains a new Habanero color option alongside newly-available blue contrast stitching for models equipped with the black interior. Velocity Yellow braker calipers also make an appearance on the options list, while a standard leather steering wheel cover makes its way to the 1LT, 2LT, 1LZ, and 2LZ trims. The Stingray's Z51 Performance Package also adds a set of 10-spoke wheels borrowed directly from the Z06.


Chevrolet has yet to announce pricing for the 2025 Corvette, and we still have no idea when these models will start deliveries.


Image Credits: Chevrolet
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May 12, 2024
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2025 Corvette Adds A Splash Of Color With New Yellow, Orange, Purple Options

Chevrolet is staying quiet about pricing details, though we expect them soon.

Fancy a yellow Corvette? Perhaps a deep purple would suit your needs better? If either one of those colors suits your taste, Chevrolet is letting you have it for the 2025 model year. While several of last year's exterior colors are now absent from the palette, the automaker is making up for the loss with three eye-catching new finishes: Competition Yellow, Sebring Orange, and Hysteria Purple. All three colors are available across the entire C8 lineup.


Among the colors being thrown away for 2025 are Accelerate Yellow and Amplify Orange, with the new Competition Yellow and Sebring Orange taking their respective places. There have also been rumors that Chevrolet is getting rid of Riptide Blue, though the brighter Rapid Blue option is expected to remain.



Meanwhile, the new Hysteria Purple color marks the long-awaited arrival of a deep violet hue for the C8 Corvette. It's been among the most highly-requested colors for the mid-engined sports car, and Chevy has finally caved. Competition Yellow is also an exciting addition to the palette, as the Accelerate Yellow it replaces never quite hit the mark with its greener tennis ball appearance.


While the other two colors are new, this isn't the first time we're seeing Sebring Orange, as it's making a return to the lineup after Amplify Orange briefly took its place.



There are also some changes in store for the interior, where the Corvette gains a new Habanero color option alongside newly-available blue contrast stitching for models equipped with the black interior. Velocity Yellow braker calipers also make an appearance on the options list, while a standard leather steering wheel cover makes its way to the 1LT, 2LT, 1LZ, and 2LZ trims. The Stingray's Z51 Performance Package also adds a set of 10-spoke wheels borrowed directly from the Z06.


Chevrolet has yet to announce pricing for the 2025 Corvette, and we still have no idea when these models will start deliveries.


Image Credits: Chevrolet

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