The 2007 Corvette Sting Ray was quite similar to the 2006 Corvette Sting Ray, with a few notable exceptions. Since the air bag technology had improved since the previous Corvette model, the 2007 Corvette Sting Ray could offer a bigger glove compartment space. The price of the Magnetic Selective Ride Control option had increased from $1,695 in 2006 to $1,995 in 2007, since the option now included cross-drilled brakes.
With the 2007 Corvette Sting Ray, you could get two-tone perforated leather seating surfaces with crossed racing flag embroidery and contrasting stitching. The available inserts varied depending on the general interior color. With ebony interior, the colors red, titanium and cashmere were available for both coupes and convertibles. If you purchased the Z06, titanium and red inserts were available only for certain exterior colors.
For the 2007 Corvette Sting Ray, the buyer had the opportunity to between eight different exterior colors: Victory Red, Monterey Red, Atomic Orange, Velocity Yellow, LeMans Blue, Black, Machine Silver and Arctic White. Monterey Red, Atomic Orange, Velocity Yellow and Le Mans Blue required an additional fee. The Atomic Orange had replaced the older Daytona Sunset Orange. For all exteriors, you could pick ebony, cashmere or titanium grey for the interior when you purchased a 2007 Corvette Sting Ray. A red interior was available for those who choose a Black, Victory Red, Monterey Red, Machine Silver or Artic White exterior. Not all colors where available for the Z06; Arctic White and Monterey Red where exempted.
A base 2007 Corvette Sting Ray coupe with a 346 cu. in. 400 hp engine and six speed manual transmission cost $44,995. As per usual for the Corvette cabriolets manufactured since 1986, the 2007 Corvette Sting Ray was more expensive than the coupe. For a base 2007 Corvette Sting Ray cabriolet, you had to pay $52,910. The base Corvette Z06 came with a 427 cu. in. 505 hp engine and six speed manual transmission, and its price tag landed on $70,000.
There were several interesting features available for the 2007 Corvette Sting Ray. Audio controls placed on the steering wheel were included with the Bose premium audio systems. For the Z06, there was a $3,485 Preferred Equipment Group which included Bose premium seven-speaker systems, RPO U2K radio and a HomeLink Wireless Control System. Homelink is a radio frequency transceiver that can be programmed to take care of garage door openers, gates, locks, lighting, and so on. If you purchased the $3,485 Preferred Equipment Group for your Z06, you would also get a power telescopic steering column, auto dimming mirrors, heated seats, side air bags, luggage shade and cargo net.
For those who purchased a 2007 Corvette Sting Ray coupe, there were two Equipment Groups available. The 2LT Equipment Group cost $1,495 and included sports seats, six way power passenger seat, side impact air bags, luggage shade and cargo net. The 3LT Prefered Equipment Group cost considerably more, $4,945. It included power telescopic steering column, auto dimming mirrors, heated seats, RPO U2K radio and homelink just as in the Z06 2LZ Preferred Equipment Group, but also came with an advanced heads-up display and a special memory package. If you instead purchased a 2007 Corvette Sting Ray convertible, the 3LT Preferred Equipment Group cost $5,630 and there was no 2LT Equipment Group available.