The mid-engined Chevy Corvette C8 quickly rose in value when it was released back in 2019. 

The Corvette could hit 60 mph in as low as 2.8 seconds and had a maximum power output of 495 hp. 

Chevy kept the basic price of the brand-new model under $60,000 to sweeten the bargain.

reveals that the C8 commands a sizeable premium outside of the U.S. market.

For GM, manufacturing the 2021 Chevy Corvette C8 has been a complete disaster.

The C8 is off to a sluggish start, from early failures brought on by the UAW strikes through the advent of COVID-19.

But as 2021 approaches, the mid-engined sports vehicle starts to spread to other nations.

 We can now find out the precise price of the Corvette in Australia according to a new WhichCar study. 

According to CarBuzz, converting it yields a starting price of about $113,500 USD.

This indicates that a standard Chevy Corvette C8 costs nearly twice as much in Australia as it does in the U.s.

According to WhichCar, the C8 was planned to have a starting price of about $129,990 AUD,

But according to CarBuzz, prices rose as a result of the high demand. 

According to CarBuzz, what distinguishes this specific C8 from others is that it is the only factory-built right-

Even worse, according to WhichCar, just a tiny number of Chevy Corvette C8s are being sent to Australia.