2025 Chevy Corvette EV: Release Date, Price, and Specs

The Chevy Corvette is going all-electric. GM revealed a move toward electrification of the iconic sports car. First, it will offer a hybrid Corvette, followed by a fully electric version. Find out the release date, price, and specs of the 2025 Chevy Corvette EV.

When will the 2025 Chevy Corvette EV be released and available?

Front angle view of white 2022 Chevy Corvette, highlighting the release date and price of the 2025 Chevy Corvette EV
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The release date of the 2025 Chevy Corvette EV will probably be in 2024, although GM didn’t yet officially confirm this. The 2025 Corvette EV will be available to buy at Chevrolet dealerships nationwide, as well as in various international markets. Stay tuned for the pre-order/reservation information of the electric Corvette.

How much does the 2025 Chevy Corvette EV cost?

GM didn’t yet release the price information of the 2025 Chevy Corvette EV. However, it will likely cost considerably more than the gas-powered version. The starting price of the gas-powered 2022 Corvette Stingray is $60,900 MSRP for the Coupe model and $68,400 MSRP for the Convertible model. Car and Driver estimates the following starting prices for the 2025 Corvette EV:

  • 1LT: $100,000
  • 2LT: $110,000
  • 3LT: $120,000

2025 Chevy Corvette EV specs: Electric motors

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The official specs of the electric powertrain in the 2025 Chevy Corvette EV are not yet available. However, Car and Driver believes it will have either three or four electric motors, generating an output of over 1,000 hp. Like GM’s other electric vehicles, such as the Chevy Silverado EV pickup truck, the Corvette EV will feature the Ultium battery platform. It will undoubtedly be competitive on the performance front against its likely rivals, such as the Dodge Challenger eMuscle and an electric Porsche 718.

In addition to an all-electric Corvette, GM will release a hybrid Corvette — likely called the Corvette E-Ray. It will probably have two electric motors at the front and a gas engine situated behind the cabin. Also, the automaker will probably offer a more powerful hybrid variant of the Corvette Z06. It’s rumored to be called the Corvette Zora, named after GM engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov, the “Father of the Corvette.”

2025 Chevy Corvette EV design: What does it look like?

GM didn’t yet reveal any images or videos of the 2025 Chevy Corvette EV. In its announcement about electrified Corvette models, it released a brief teaser video of a camouflaged Corvette doing cold-weather testing. However, for the car in the video, you can hear the roar of an engine, so it’s likely the Corvette E-Ray. It has the same design as the current C8 Corvette model, except for the yellow brake calipers. Given that the Corvette EV won’t be released for at least another couple of years, there’s a decent chance that it will have a different design.

We’ll have to wait to find out about the interior of the Corvette EV as well. However, we expect it to have the same two-seat layout as the current C8 Corvette model. 

As more information about the 2025 Chevy Corvette EV becomes available, we’ll provide updates. This includes:

  • Debut date
  • Official release date
  • Official price information with the cost for each trim
  • Images and videos
  • Official specs, including horsepower/torque, top speed, 0-60 mph acceleration time, driving range, and MPGe fuel economy
  • Color options
  • Features and technologies
  • Warranty coverage
  • Pre-order/reservation information

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