But it will cost you at least $299 a day.
After being delayed for several months, customer deliveries of the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray have finally started. However, demand for the mid-engine sports car is so high that it's virtually impossible to find the base model for $59,995 right now.
Fortunately, there is now a cheaper way to get behind the wheel of the C8 Corvette to see if it lives up to the hype. On Turo, the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is already available to rent from an owner based in Miami, Florida. Specifically, the car available to rent is the 195th example to roll off the production line.
It's a fully loaded 3LT spec with the Z51 package and finished in Ceramic Matrix Gray Metallic Exterior, combined with white and black suede GT2 seats. Further enhancing the look are red seat belts and red Brembo brakes complemented with Vossen wheels.
"I've owned and driven tons of sports cars in my life but this is truly on another level! I feel like I'm always driving a Formula 1 race car," the owner wrote. "You don't even miss the manual transmission with the crisp up and downshifts coming from the 8 Speed DCT transmission. The steering feels like it could pull as many Gs as you can throw at it."
Renting the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray on Turo starts at $299 per day but increases to $399 per day if you want it on Thursdays or the weekend.
However, with additional fees covering the cost of Turo's 24 hour customer support, platform security and upgrades, and vendor fees, the entry $299 price increases to $349.77, while the $399 rental price increases to $455.74. For these prices, the rented Corvette can also only be driven for up to 100 miles a day, 500 miles a week, and 750 miles a month. It's a steep price, but the C8 Corvette is one of this year's most desirable new cars and the high demand means dealer markups are inevitable. Understandably, the owner isn't allowing smokers or pets that could potentially damage the car.
Drivers are also warned not to abuse the car by doing donuts or burnouts as they will be monitored with an onboard PDR since the owner obviously doesn't want his cherished Corvette to be returned with tortured tires, but "spirited driving" is allowed so you can still have some fun.