As it turns out, order banks for the go-faster 2023 Corvette Z06 have been open since July 28th, as GM Authority reported previously. A total of three trim levels are available, listed from bottom to top as 1LZ, 2LZ, and 3LZ, with all three trims available in either a Coupe or Convertible body style. Pricing starts at $106,395 for the 1LZ Coupe, while the range-topping 3LZ Convertible starts at $127,245. Check out previous GM Authority coverage for additional 2023 Corvette Z06 pricing information.
As GM Authority exclusively reported late last month, GM will limit warranty transfers for the new 2023 Corvette Z06, as well as two other enthusiast-oriented products, namely the GMC Hummer EV off-roader and high-performance Cadillac Escalade-V SUV. In addition, GM will prevent sellers from placing future sold orders or reservations for high-demand models if a new owner resells one of these vehicles within the first 12 months of ownership. These changes are intended to prevent new owners from “flipping” these high-demand vehicles for a quick profit, a practice said to negatively impact GM customer experience and related GM brands.
Furthermore, GM is offering 500,000 My Chevrolet Rewards points to those 2023 Corvette Z06 owners that retain ownership of their new sports car for at least 12 months after purchase, an impressive $5,000 value. Points are redeemable for GM Financial Payments, Chevrolet accessories, and more.
The 2023 Corvette Z06 made its big debut with a long list of updates and changes over the Corvette C8 Stingray, chief among which is the new race-bred, naturally aspirated 5.5L V8 LT6 gasoline engine. Output is rated at 670 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque, while redline spins up to 8,600 rpm. Under the skin, the C8 Corvette rides on the GM Y2 platform, while production takes place exclusively at the GM Bowling Green plant in Kentucky.