The start of production for the 2024 model year of the C8 Corvette is quickly approaching. As such, some information regarding pricing for models, packages, and an increase in price for Corvette Museum Deliveries has surfaced, which should give fans an idea of what to expect for the coming year.
What’s New For The 2024 Corvette?
According to Corvette Blogger, the destination charge for 2024 Corvette orders will be increased by another $200, bringing the number to $1,595. Unfortunately, this is a mandatory fee on all Corvettes and is probably used to target increased fuel costs and other expenses associated with delivering around the country. As for the vehicles themselves, the Stingray will see price increases of up to $2,000 depending on the trim and configuration. That said, all of the prices listed below reflect the delivery fees:
- 1LT Coupe: $67,895
- 2LT Coupe: $74,995
- 3LT Coupe: $79,6495
- 1LT Convertible: $74,895
- 2LT Convertible: 81,995
- 3LT Convertible: $86,645
The Corvette Z06, entering its second year of production, will see a price increase of up to $3,000 depending on trim and configuration. Those prices, including destination, are:
- 1LZ Coupe: $106,695
- 2LZ Coupe: $118,595
- 3LZ Coupe: $123,245
- 1LZ Convertible: $116,695
- 2LZ Convertible: $125,595
- 3LZ Convertible: $130,245
Now, onto the model that will be new for the 2024 model year, the Corvette E-Ray. Pricing for that was revealed in January for the launch; luckily, Chevrolet has kept that pricing the same, though the additional $200 for the increased destination charge does affect the overall cost. Those prices are:
- 1LZ Coupe: $104,495
- 2LZ Coupe: $109,995
- 3LZ Coupe: $115,445
- 1LZ Convertible: $111,495
- 2LZ Convertible: $116,995
- 3LZ Convertible: $122,445
Customers wanting a more track-focused version of the hybrid C8 Corvette can do so with the model-specific ZER Performance Package, which has been a bit of a mystery for the model up until now. The ZER Package will outfit the E-Ray with a set of Michelin summer-only performance tires and FED Suspension with Magnetic Selective Ride Control programmed explicitly for the E-Ray. It’s also assumed that the ZER package will be required to unlock the model’s carbon fiber wheels, though the 2024 Corvette Order Guide has revealed that that’s not the case. That said, if you want the package, it’ll come with a relatively low fee of $500, according to the advanced pricing sheet received by Corvette Blogger.
Additional information for other wheel options on the 2024 E-Ray includes Pearl Nickel forged aluminum wheels which come standard for the car. The Carbon Flash with Machined edge wheels will cost $995, and the Bright Polished wheels will add $1,495. The Gloss Black wheels are just $495, but the painted and visible carbon fiber wheels (the same as the Z06) will cost $9,995 and $11,995, respectively. If you want the new carbon fiber wheel with the red stripe, that’s now $13,500.
National Corvette Museum Delivery: Price Increase
Finally, suppose you’re planning on taking delivery of your new supercar at the National Corvette Museum. In that case, Corvette Blogger has recently discovered that you’ll see a 50% increase in price, bringing the total to $1,495. That’s unsurprising, given there’s a lot of value when picking up the car from the NCM. Customer cars will be displayed on Corvette Boulevard, and they get some great one-on-one time with their NCM Host to learn all the ins and outs of the vehicle. Owners also receive a personalized plaque, and a tour of the assembly plant and the Museum are also included. A professional photographer is also on hand to capture all the moments as customers pick up their dream cars.
That means buyers opting for the R8C Museum delivery will have to pay a total of $2,890 in total delivery costs, but for the experience, that will still be well worth it for plenty of people.