The 2023 Corvette Stingray order guide is up, and we’ve got the details. While the order guide is not currently including the new 670 horsepower Z06 variant, there are still a few notable details to go over. Per the official dealer order guide, here’s a quick breakdown of 2023 Stingray Updates:
(ZCR) IMSA GTLM Championship C8.R Edition
(HU3) Morello Red Dipped interior
(HT7/HFC) Sky Cool Gray/Strike Yellow interiors
(5DF) 19″ front/20″ rear 5-trident-spoke Black-painted aluminum wheels, LPO
(HNK) Adrenaline Red Dipped interior
(Y70) 70th Anniversary Special Edition
(BAZ) Stealth Interior Trim Package
(Q99) 19″ front/20″ rear 20-spoke bright machined-face forged aluminum wheels
(Q9A) 19″ front/20″ rear 20-spoke Carbon Flash-painted forged aluminum wheels with Red stripe
(Q9I) 19″ front/20″ rear 20-spoke Gloss Black forged aluminum wheels
(NGA) Black exhaust tips
(S47) Chrome lug nuts, LPO
(CFY) 70th Anniversary plaque, standard on all models and trims.
2023 Corvette Stingray: A Closer Look
If you’re familiar with C8 Corvette news, especially as we’ve been writing it here at MC&T, you’re probably already familiar with most of these additions, the 70th Anniversary Edition in particular. But the Stealth Interior Trim Package is something new to us. So looking a little deeper, here’s what the 2023 Corvette Stingray Stealth Interior Trim Package (RPO code BAZ) will entail: “a dark finish with aluminum trim.” It will be available on both 2LT and 3LT coupe and convertible variants. Additionally, the black exhaust tips (RPO Code NGA) require the performance exhaust option (RPO code NPP), and is available on all 2023 Corvette Stingray trim levels.
Production for the 2022 Corvette is expected to end on May 6th, 2022. Three days after production for the 2022 model comes to a close, the factory will begin building the 2023 Corvette Stingray on May 9th, 2022. And yes, that ECU is still locked.
Stay tuned for full details on the highly-anticipated 2023 C8 Corvette Z06 supercar, production dates, pricing, and more.