Summer is just two weeks away, and Chevrolet is ready for people to start configuring their 2023 Corvette Stingray. The new configurator shows both convertible and coupe models and will let you specify almost every option to your heart’s desire. Unless you want Sky Cool Gray / Strike Yellow interior color, as that has been deleted. There are new Black Exhaust Tips to make up for it, however.
While the base price of the 2023 Corvette Stingray is the same as the 2022 model year, the mandatory destination cost has risen slightly to $1,395, bringing the total cost to $63,295. Convertible models bump that number up to $70,795. For all that money, you get a 6.2-liter V8 pushing 490 horsepower, GT1 power seats, and 10-speaker Bose stereo system.
Update: 2023 Corvette Stingray pricing has been adjusted, and everything is more expensive.
There is one glaring omission from the website though, and that’s the C8 Corvette Z06 variant of the sports car. Chevrolet still hasn’t announced official pricing for the supercar, but some of the folks from the Corvette team have previously said that the delta between the base-model Stingray and the Z06 will be similar to the last generation C7 model. The Z06 adds another 180 horsepower to the base model for a total of 670 and will be the most powerful Corvette available without any help from electric motors.
Another addition to the Corvette configurator is the 70th Anniversary Edition, new for 2023. The special edition adds a number of new unique features, including 19-inch front/20-inch rear 20-spoke Carbon Flash-painted forged aluminum wheels with Red stripe, Edge Red-painted calipers, Rear fascia/roof storage protector in Black with embroidered crossed flags logo, Ceramic White leather seating surfaces with red stitching, Torch Red seat belt color, 70th Anniversary set of premium leather weekend/travel bags, 70th Anniversary exterior badging and logo on wheel caps, seats, steering wheel and sill plates, and a unique VIN sequence.