Chevy Corvette Discount Non-Existent In February 202313
In February 2023, any Chevy Corvette discount or incentive remains unavailable on “America’s sports car.” Below, check out details on the 2023 Chevy Corvette Stingray, 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06, and 2024 Chevy Corvette E-Ray.
Chevrolet Corvette Incentives
There are no Chevy Corvette discount offers during the month of February, and no special financing or lease incentives either. The 2023 Corvette Stingray is available to order via the online configurator tool, which allows prospective buyers to choose their preferred trim level, body style, exterior and interior colors, as well as options and features. Once the process is complete, the user can view a full pricing breakdown for their preferred build and also request a price quote from a local dealership for the vehicle.
GM began taking orders for the new 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06 last August, but since Z06 production is heavily constrained due to supplier-related issues, the 2023 model-year Z06 was initially no longer available to order in September. However, GM announced that it accepted new dealer orders in November. The online configurator tool is now live for the 2023 Corvette Z06.
GM also started taking orders at dealers for the all-new 2024 Chevy Corvette E-Ray. The visualizer is now live as well for the 2024 Corvette E-Ray.
Chevrolet Corvette Pricing
For reference, here are 2023 Chevy Corvette trim levels and corresponding starting MSRPs, $1,395 destination freight charge included:
- 1LT – $65,895
- 2LT – $73,195
- 3LT – $77,845
- 1LT – $73,395
- 2LT – $80,195
- 3LT – $84,845
- 1LZ – $106,695
- 2LZ – $115,895
- 3LZ – $120,545
- 1LZ – $114,195
- 2LZ – $122,895
- 3LZ – $127,545
The 2020 Chevy Corvette represented a complete overhaul (re-engineering and redesign) of the sports car, and marks the first model year for the eighth generation of the Corvette nameplate. The Chevy Corvette C8 is the Bow Tie brand’s first-ever production mid-engine sports car, the first Corvette model to have the engine behind the cabin since its inception in 1953. The Corvette C8 Stingray is the debut variant.
The 2023 Chevy Corvette Stingray arrives as the fourth model year of the eighth-generation sports car, introducing only a few small changes and updates as compared to the preceding 2022 model year. One of those is the introduction of the new Stealth Interior Trim Package. Power in the 2023 Corvette Stingray comes from the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 LT2 gasoline engine, which is rated at 490 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque.
For 2023, the Corvette Stingray receives a small price increase, with pricing increasing yet another $300 for nearly all Chevy models for a three-year Remote Access plan that now comes as standard.
In November, the 2023 Corvette received a “recommended” rating from Consumer Reports. Just last month, the Chevy Corvette was named to Car and Driver’s 2023 10Best cars list.
The 2023 Corvette Stingray entered production at the GM Bowling Green plant in Kentucky on May 23rd, 2022.
The biggest news for the 2023 model year is the debut of the track-focused 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06 late last year with a long list of updates and changes over the Stingray. Chief among them is the new race-bred, naturally aspirated, dual-overhead cam 5.5L V8 LT6 gasoline engine. Output is rated at 670 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque, while the flat-plane crank powerplant redline revs to 8,600 rpm, making the C8 Corvette Z06 the world’s most powerful naturally aspirated V8 production car. The 2023 Corvette Z06 boasts a top speed of 195 mph in base form and 188 mph with the downforce-heavy Z07 Performance Package, and outperforms the three previous generation Z06s on the track.
The 2023 Corvette Z06 also arrives with the new 70th Anniversary Edition package. A total of three trim levels are available for the Z06, listed from bottom to top as 1LZ, 2LZ, and 3LZ, with all three trims available in either a Coupe or Convertible body style.
Production of the 2023 Corvette Z06 began at the GM Bowling Green plant on September 19th, 2022.
GM just debuted the first-ever 2024 Chevy Corvette E-Ray, featuring the naturally aspirated LT2 from the C8 Stingray mated to an electric motor mounted up front that generates 160 horsepower and 125 pound-feet of torque. Combined output is pegged at 655 horsepower. The all-new hybrid setup provides impressive four-season, all-wheel-drive grip – the first-ever for a Corvette. In fact, the E-Ray is also the first-ever production Corvette equipped with front-wheel drive. Furthermore, a new Stealth Mode allows the C8 Corvette E-Ray to be temporarily driven on electric power alone at speeds of up to 45 mph for a few miles, which can be useful for quietly leaving home early in the morning.
The hybrid setup providing extra torque connected to all-wheel-drive grip means the 2024 Corvette E-Ray accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds – a tenth of a second quicker the C8 Corvette Z06 – taking the title of the fastest production Corvette ever. It can also cover a quarter mile in 10.5 seconds while reaching a trap speed of 130 mph.
Recently, GM President Mark Reuss confirmed that the automaker is cooking up two more high-performance models, namely the C8 Corvette C8 ZR1 and C8 Corvette Zora.
With regard to the upcoming C8 Corvette ZR1, Reuss said that “as C8 was designed as an early architecture, we keep stepping it up, so this will again set the standard of the world for performance for Chevrolet, and I couldn’t be more excited for that.”
The C8 Corvette ZR1 is set to be a highly capable all-round performer offering ultra-high-performance for both the road and the track. Making this possible will be the new twin-turbocharged 5.5L V8 LT7 gasoline engine, which will arrive as a boosted variant of the LT6 that motivates the current C8 Corvette Z06. Output from the new ZR1 is expected to peak at 850 horsepower and 850 pound-feet of torque.
Meanwhile, with regard to the upcoming C8 Corvette Zora, Reuss teased that “the next version of the C8 at the very top of the line [would be] something you won’t be able to imagine from a performance standpoint,” adding, “we’ll put the world on notice with this car. It’s our platform of excellence.”
The C8 Corvette Zora will stand out thanks to its twin-turbo, hybrid V8 powerplant and all-wheel-drive system, similar to the upcoming C8 Corvette E-Ray. Output from the Zora, however, is expected to surpass 1,000 horsepower and 1,000 pound-feet of torque. Reuss also confirmed that GM plans to offer a “fully electric, Ultium-based Corvette in the future.” Perhaps even more intriguing, the Corvette brand is set to expand to an electric sedan, crossover in 2025.
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They don’t mention the wait for a base C8 is 1.5 to 2 years.
I’ve already waited over 2 years and nothing in sight yet.
What is your order number? Do you know the status?
I know few people getting delivery of a Stingray in about 4 months.
Actually the GM cards did offer some money off with them. In the past they had been restricted and I was shocked to see them on the list.
You are absolutely correct C8.R. I picked up my 2023 Stingray on Jan 23rd and received the maximum allowed rebate of $1500 from my GM card as well as a $500 incentive from Chevrolet, for a total discount of 2k. I was thrilled to get that off the MSRP I paid from Genesis Chevrolet in Eastpointe MI.
Original gm card version 3500 is max
I have an advertisement taped on the wall from 2019 for C7’s.
45 in stock, discounted to move quickly.
Someday, that will happen again.
My 2021 took 13 months from order to delivery, no complaints.
Today a Stingray is about 3 months.
This weekend I was at cars and coffee, and there were TWO Z06.
Must be nice.
Instead of a discoumt, how about just sell at retail,no markup, MSRP.
I am in the market for a new hybrid, and fighting to simply get MSRP.
One of the two Z06’s will probably be for sale , the owner says it simply is not a car for the street. Something to think about.
I drive my 2021 Stingray everywhere all the time it is a great dail driver.
Not only are discounts non existent, but buying a Corvette at sticker is non existent as well in the Bay Area. Looks like those threats about mark ups from GM are working. Ha
A good headache for GM. The mid engine C8’s have been on backorder since their arrival in 2020. Pontiac never had this problem with the mid engine Fieros. At least not after the 1st year.
That color on the Vette in the 6th image sure looks clean! Especially with those wheels.
I bought some Chevy factory Z06 wheels for my Stingray, 20×10 and 21×13.
No tires yet. I figure the larger footprint on tires and a Lingenfelter Magnuson blower will get me in the ballpark of Z06 . But will never actually be a Z06.
Dont want to even deal with my chevy dealer anymore …will find some where else to buy my cars