With automobile manufacturers on the trend of increasing prices for their vehicles quite substantially, many no doubt have been wondering how much the 2023 Corvette Stingray would cost, and it seems that the answer to the question is already being communicated with Chevrolet dealers. The Stingray’s base price will be increased by $1,000 for the 2023 model year compared to 2022, bringing the once $59,995 Corvette to $63,000. More specifically, $63,195, which includes the $1,295 destination charge.
2023 Corvette Stingray: Pricing
With the price increase the 2023 Corvette Stingray models and trims will now carry these prices:
- 1LT Coupe: $63,195
- 2LT Coupe: $70,545
- 3LT Coupe: $75,195
- 1LT Convertible: $70,745
- 2LT Convertible: $77,545
- 3LT Convertible: $82,195
It’s important to note that both the 2LT Coupe and the 1LT Convertible are now starting at over $70,000. There is also pricing for the new options that will be available for the 2023 Corvette model year. New 20-spoke wheels will be offered in Gloss Black for $995, Satin Black with the Red Stripe for $1,495, or the Ultra Bright Machined Face for $1,995. Notably, there’s pricing for the 70th Anniversary Wheel, which means maybe it won’t be so exclusive to the upcoming 70th Anniversary Package that will be offered on both the 2023 Stingray and Z06. Additionally, the black NPP exhaust tips will be offered for $200.
Chevrolet will be pricing the 70th Anniversary Package for an additional $5,995, and the package does require a 3LT trim. Buyers can also outfit the exclusive Carbon Flash or White Pearl exterior colors with an optional full-length racing stripe for $995.
Pricing for the Tech Bronze Wheels currently says no extra cost, but that’ll likely change at some point since the wheels initially cost $2695. Inside the 2023 Stingray, the Stealth Aluminum interior trim is priced at $595 and requires 2LT or 3LT. The dipped adrenaline red interior comes at no additional cost above the 3LT trim package.
Stay tuned for pricing and info on the 2023 Corvette Z06.
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