Compared to its competitors—the Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Porsche 911s— the Corvette is great value for the money, but once you sit inside, you begin to realize where the cost-cutting went down. There's nothing (besides the Corvette logo on the steering wheel and dash) that tells you that you're operating a high-performance car. However, upgrade to the $7,705 4LT Premium Equipment Group and you get what we had: adjustable, leather sport bucket seats, a cool heads up display, and a navi system. Throw in another 2K and you can get the Grand Sport stitching in the headrests. Still, it's about time Chevy gave the Vette a decent interior.