This Guy Wants $2 Million For His 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8

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Any takers?

This isn't the first time we've seen a low mileage 2020 Chevrolet Corvette up for sale and it won't be the last. But for anyone who thought those early C8s owners were crazy greedy asking somewhere around $150,000 or so, know this: we've never seen a C8 with a price tag as insane as this.

Up for sale on Facebook Marketplace is a Torch Red over black interior 2020 Corvette for $2 million. You read that right. It has only 1,375 miles on its clock and appears to be in like-new condition inside and out. So how the heck did the seller, who is located in Amarillo, Texas, come up with the $2 million amount?

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Facebook Marketplace

He points out the first C8 that rolled off the assembly line sold for $3 million at auction, referring to the one bought by Rick Hendrick. Thing is, the Corvette in question is not VIN #1 or anywhere close to it, and nor is it a fully-loaded 3LT Z51, but rather a 2LT. And yet the guy claims his car is "one of a kind, rare, and limited production." None of that is true.

He also requests "serious buyers only" and that the price is a firm $2 million "or I'll keep my car." Good luck with that. He'll need even more luck trying to find a buyer following the planned installation of the 1,200-horsepower Hennessey Performance package.

Facebook Marketplace
Facebook Marketplace
Facebook Marketplace
Facebook Marketplace
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Once that's done, the price tag increases to -wait for it - $3 million. Even with the package's added cost, a maximum of $35,000, this C8's true value is no more than $100,000 or so, based on the C8 2LT's starting price of $66,200. As of this writing, the Facebook advertisement is still active and we highly doubt a buyer will be found, no matter how desperate they might be for a 2020 C8. Remember, they can always wait for a 2021 or beyond model; the C8's long life has only begun.

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Facebook Marketplace
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