All about the 2017 Grand Sport Collector Edition Corvette
With special thanks to GSR Member Ken Pauley
Z25 Grand Sport Collector Edition Exclusive Features
Watkins Glen Gray (G7Q) exterior color with Tension Blue Hash Marks (20A) and Satin Black Grand Sport Center Stripe Package (DUR).
Two-tone Tension Blue leather seating surfaces with sueded microfiber inserts (246)
Blue custom leather stitch (37S)
Collectors Edition Sill plates (BE8)
Premium carpeted floor mats with Grand Sport logo, LPO, interior brushed aluminum hash marks and seat and steering wheel emblems (VYW)
Carbon Flash Badge Package (EYT)
Grand Sport black aluminum CUP-style wheels, 19" front/20" rear (Q8X)
Carbon fiber instrument panel trim (FAY)
Numbered plaque (CFY)
3LT Trim Package required
Available as a coupe or convertible
Z07 performance package, Carbon Fiber Ground effects and some other factory options can be added
Base model MSRP Pricing:
Coupe Manual: $81,185
Coupe Automatic: $82,910
Convertible Manual: $85,185
Convertible Automatic: $86,910
Unique VIN Sequence
2017 GS CE VINs end in 530XXXX where XXXX equals sequence number of series (for both Coupe and Convertible).
GM projected that 1,000 total to would be made, 850 destined for the US market. Final production numbers show 935 made with 793 delivered to the US market. Cars #246-250 were never produced due to production issues, so the final Collector Edition car is actually #940. Details on the production numbers are listed below.
#0001 sold at 2016 Barrett-Jackson Auction for $170,000 (charity auction benefiting Karmanos Cancer Institute). Sold to David Flynn who also owns the first retail Cadillac ATS). reference link This was also the one that was shown at the Geneva AutoShow in 2016 when the Grand Sport was officially announced. The dash plaque serial number can be seen in the video below at the 1:00 mark. NOTE: The car shown in the video from Geneva and in the auction photos is actually a prototype vehicle and not the first production VIN GSCE. The first production GSCE was a Convertible, please read this post for more details.
Final car was #940, museum delivered on June 12, 2017.
2017 GRAND SPORT COLLECTOR EDITION PRODUCTION NUMBERS
GM published production numbers after the 2017 model year production wrapped up. The 17GSCE Registry spreadsheet (linked below) breaks down the numbers in a few more combinations if interested.
Instead of 1,000 total with 850 in the US market, the currently confirmed total is 935 with 793 in the US.
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VIN (full 17-digit VIN, please)
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Link to a photo for registry (optional)
Note anything incorrectly listed in the registry about your vehicle
Various filters have been setup on the sheet so it can be sorted/viewed in different ways. Look for the filter icon up in the top left and it will give you some choices of views.
2017 GS CE MAPS
Interactive Map. Using the data on another site, this map allows you to see the actual cities for which we have collected GS CE data.
There are also a few maps of data that can be found in the Google Sheet on the Statistics page.
VIDEO FROM THE 2016 GENEVA AUTOSHOW
This video is from the Geneva Autoshow where the 2017 Grand Sport and Collector Edition were announced publicly for the first time. The Collector Edition shown in this video is a prototype and was never sold (it has an experimental VIN). The car is actually a 2015 2LT Stingray that was cosmetically modified for show purposes. There are two noticeable differences in this car from the production vehicles:
The dash plaque shows 0001/1000. The production plaques show only the number of the vehicle, not the /1000.
The production sill plates that say Grand Sport is not colored the way it shows in the video, there is no blue in the production version.
Special thanks to GSR Member Ken Pauley for compiling this data on the 2017 GS CE