The entry-level 2023 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray costs $63,195, a destination charge inclusive. This new price is a $1,000 increase over the 2022 model.
U.S. dealers of the brand have already been informed about the pricing for the Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray of the next model year, 2023. As it often happens, the new model costs more than the previous one, but, admittedly, not shockingly expensive.
The base price increased by $1,000. The 2023 pricing for a coupe including the $1,295 destination and handling fee, is the following: $63,195 for a base 1LT trim level, $70,545 for a mid-level 2LT, and $75,195 for a top-level 3 LT.
A convertible version is $7,000 more expensive. An average price, as we can see, has exceeded the mark of $70K for both coupe and convertible.
The next, 2023 Chevy Corvette C8 Stingray has received a new option – 20-spoke wheels available in several color variants with respective prices: $995 for Gloss Black, $1,495 for Satin Black with a red stripe, and $1,995 for the wheels with the Ultra-Bright Machined Face.
Customers can also select the Tech Bronze Wheels whose actual price is still to be set (initially they cost $2,695). The 70th Anniversary Package is available at an extra cost of $5,995 on the basis of the high-end 3LT trim.
Exteriors in exclusive Carbon Flash or White Pearl paints come with a $995 full-length racing stripe. Optional black NPP exhaust tips cost $200.
A dipped adrenaline red interior is standard for 1LT and 2LT. A $595 Stealth Aluminum interior trim comes as an option for the 2LT and 3LT grades.
Very soon, Chevrolet should announce pricing for the high-performance 2023 Corvette Z06.
Source: Muscle Cars & Trucks