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I think we have some relatively positive news after reviewing the latest constraints announced this morning for the 2023 Corvette Stingray. Today is the start of the June 2022 order cycle and we know dealers are doing their best to match customers to what is currently showing available. Hopefully, those of you having your orders submitted will receive some good news.
Today we got the constraints for June ordering and it’s good news for non-Z51 customers as it appears the available percentage of non-Z51s to order is now somewhere around 33%-41% based on which dealer zone you might be in. Even better is that the same percentage of those base-stingrays (33%-41%) can also be ordered with the FE2 Magnetic Ride Control.
For those ordering the Z51 Performance Package, we see that 67%-75% are available for ordering. The FE4 Magnetic Ride Control (w/Z51) is available for approximately two-thirds of those who want it as well.
Unfortunately, we still have zero (0) availability for the 70th Anniversary Package due to the constraint on the Q9A red stripe wheels. The word on the street is we might not see production start on the Anniversary editions until sometime later this summer which is a shame as the Anniversary packages were supposed to be available at the very start of 2023 production. These are not limited in numbers once production begins so hang in there if you’re dead set on ordering one.
Finally, due to vendor changes, the ZZ3 Engine Appearance Package is still not available and there are no Jake all-weather floor and cargo mats available nationwide as well.
June 2022 Corvette Production Update
2023 Corvette Stingray 70th Anniversary Models Delayed Due to Wheel Constraint
Latest Constraints for 2023 Corvette Stingray Orders