The 1LT will start at $59,995, the 2LT trim package will start at $67,295 and the top-level 3LT trim package on the 2020 Corvette Stingray will start at $71,945 (including DFC, excluding tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment). Interested Chevrolet Corvette Stingray shoppers can view a pricing guide with available options and order codes and preorder their vehicle by visiting the 2020 Corvette reveal page at Chevrolet.com. https://testdrivenow.com/2020-mid-engine-chevrolet-corvette-stingray/
The 2020 Acura NSX will debut a striking new Indy Yellow Pearl paint scheme during Monterey Car Week. The 2020 Acura NSX will first be displayed at Concours on the Avenue in Downtown Carmel alongside an NSX GT3 Evo race car, featuring a custom designed livery with yellow and blue accents over the exposed carbon fiber body. The 2020 NSX is now available for ordering, with first customer deliveries to begin in November. The 2020 NSX carries a starting Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $157,500, not including delivery charges. For more information on ordering, visit Acura.com/NSX. https://testdrivenow.com/2020-acura-nsx/
Southern California-based luxury electric automaker Karma Automotive announced the North American debut of its Karma GT designed by Pininfarina will occur at the world-famous Monterey Car Week. Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance guests can expect an up-close look at the one-of-a-kind Karma GT designed by Pininfarina, which will be displayed from Thursday, August 15, through Sunday, August 18 at Karma’s exhibit on Peter Hay Hill. https://testdrivenow.com/karma-gt/
Nissan announced U.S. pricing for the all-new 2020 Nissan Versa compact sedan, which goes on sale today at Nissan dealers nationwide with a starting MSRP of $14,730.
What will it look like? Will it be called the Scrambler? The buzz has been building for years. But the real question in my mind is why are people going so crazy about the new Jeep pickup truck? I suppose the timing is right seeing as how off-road trucks are suddenly hot. But I suspect that it’s our insatiable appetite for things we can no longer have that is driving this frenzy. After all, Jeep hasn’t produced a truck in over a quarter century. So here we are with a revival of the Gladiator, harkening back to a Jeep truck of the same name produced until 1972.
MSRP as-tested: $55,485