Chevrolet offers customizable interior design with new Corvette E-Ray

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For the OEM’s first ever electrified Corvette, the E-Ray, Chevrolet is offering customers a fully customizable interior with a range of updates and revisions over the previous model.

For the first time, the American OEM is giving customers the option to select its all-new Artemis Dipped interior which features deep green tones on most of the E-Ray’s interior surfaces, an option which will only be available for 2024 vehicles. Customers can also choose from two carbon-fiber trim packages, three choices of seat and seven interior colors to enable a high level of customization.

New Charge+ and Stop/Start buttons feature on the console, and the OEM has updated the vehicle’s infotainment system and instrument cluster to deliver a more integrated in-cabin appearance.

In addition to the E-Ray’s standard head-up display, owners can equip the vehicle with a Performance Data Recorder to foster better driving. The E-Ray’s infotainment system is compatible with both wireless Apple CarPlay and wireless Android Auto, and a 14-speaker Bose Performance Series system is available.

A newly fitted driver information screen delivers relevant data on the vehicle’s battery power and various other performance parameters. Located on the center screen is the new E-Ray App which enables occupants to view more performance data, in addition to rear-wheel-drive vs front-wheel-drive power.

“There’s never been a Corvette like E-Ray and its sophisticated design reflects that,” said Phil Zak, executive design director, Global Chevrolet. “It starts with the body color trim which draws your full attention to the exotic proportions of the E-Ray. The interiors allow customers to reflect their individual personalities with their choice of color executions that provide a refined or dynamic sport look and feel.”

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