After Chevrolet stunned most of their fans with the announcement that the all-new, mid-engine 2020 Corvette Stingray would have a base price of under $60,000, more details about what will be carried to a sticker’s bottom line are starting to emerge. It is now official, the starting price is $59,995, and that is including a destination charge of $1,095. That’s for a Stingray 1LT. The 2LT trim package bumps that up to $67,295, with the top level 3LT trim starting at $71,945. Now for the really great stuff. Adding the Z51 performance package will cost you $5,000 more, and bring along with it 5 more horsepower, more aerodynamic and suspension hardware, and the under 3.0-second 0-60 time so widely lauded at the car’s recent launch party. Look for the first production Corvette to put the engine behind the driver to actually drive into dealerships, if somewhat slowly, by the end of this year.