2009 SEMA Show: Corvette Grand Sport with Heritage Package

Article by Christian A., on October 29, 2009

As you may know already, earlier this year Chevrolet announced the return of the Corvette Grand Sport model. For those who don't know, the Grand Sport is a track-oriented Corvette, comes with wider wheels and tires, special suspension tuning, unique exterior details and is capable to springt from naught to sixty in less than four seconds, pulls 1.0 g on the skid pad and still boasts an EPA-rated highway fuel economy 26 mpg.

At this year's SEMA Show a special Grand Sport will be introduced, featuring the accessories that will be offered in 2010. It is a standard Grand Sport convertible equipped with the Heritage Package, but in a new Cyber Grey exterior color.

Forthcoming accessories that include: mesh inserts for the front fender vents, ZR1-style front splitter and rear spoiler (painted satin black), ZR1-style rocker extensions and wheel spats (painted satin black).

Moreover, we find body-color door handles and license plate frame, tinted dark chrome fender badges, "tech" pattern engine cover with red lettering inserts and Grand Sport-logo hood blanket.

Furthermore, there are Grand Sport-logo floor mats and leather console cover, red stitched shifter knob/boot and red parking brake boot, "tech" pattern interior trim kit, PAL iPod connector, convertible wind screen, racing-style pedal covers and interior storage pouches.

Press Release

Corvette Grand Sport Heritage Package

Earlier this year, Chevrolet announced the return of the Corvette Grand Sport model. It’s a track-oriented Corvette with wider wheels and tires, special suspension tuning and unique exterior details. The Corvette Grand Sport achieves a 0-60 time of less than four seconds, pulls 1.0 g on the skid pad and still boasts an EPA-rated highway fuel economy 26 mpg.

The version displayed at SEMA introduces a host of Grand Sport accessories that will be offered in 2010. It is a standard Grand Sport convertible equipped with the Heritage Package, but in a new Cyber Grey exterior color, with forthcoming accessories that include:

  • Mesh inserts for the front fender vents
  • ZR1-style front splitter and rear spoiler (painted satin black)
  • ZR1-style rocker extensions and wheel spats (painted satin black)
  • Body-color door handles and license plate frame
  • Tinted dark chrome fender badges
  • “Tech” pattern engine cover with red lettering inserts
  • Grand Sport-logo hood blanket
  • Grand Sport-logo floor mats and leather console cover
  • Red stitched shifter knob/boot and red parking brake boot
  • “Tech” pattern interior trim kit
  • PAL iPod connector
  • Convertible wind screen
  • Racing-style pedal covers
  • Interior storage pouches

The Grand Sport accessories are expected to go on sale in early 2010. They’re available through any Chevrolet or other authorized GM dealer.

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