The 2012 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible comes with no major changes to its already high standard of interior trim and features.
Standard on the Chevy rag top are xenon headlamps, keyless ignition and entry ( for those who can't manage to leap over the doors), six way power adjustable driver and passenger seat , leather upholstery, tilting steering wheel, cruise control, automatic climate control, satellite radio CD/MP3 player hooked up to seven speakers, rounded off by an impressive five slim spoke alloy wheel design with eighteen inch wheels on the front and nineteen inch on the rear fitted with all-season tyres.
Moving up to the Corvette 3LT Package means the option of a power adjustable steering column, heated front seats, a powerful Bose audio system. Those who want to go all the way can sign up the ultimate level Corvette 4LT which buys them a distinctive two toned leather interior including the dash , console and armrests, as well as funky matching headlamp housings .
As should be the case with any convertible, safety features have been well taken care of with anti-lock disc brakes coming as e standard, running alongside Chevrolet's in-house developed Active Handling." Stability control system that has been designed to provide non-invasive assistance in the event of an emergency situation.
Once again the question arises as whether anyone buys a Corvette Convertible with thoughts of fuel economy in mind. If they did, they might discover that the best that they can expect from their Chevy is sixteen miles per gallon in the city and twenty six miles per gallon on the highway.