In case you haven't been paying attention, Chevrolet is working hard to keep up interest in the C6 Corvette as it nears the end of its model run, introducing more special equipment packages, limited-edition models, and in-betweeners like the Grand Sport to fit every possible niche. But if you want to get into a 2012 Corvette, you'll have to pony up a little more cash.
According to a price sheet released by Kerbeck Corvette to Corvette Blogger, prices are up for the new 2012 Corvette across the board. Rises of $480-$1,195 are to be found for each model, and options are more expensive too: ticking the 2LT box will cost $900 more, while the 4LT group adds $1,790.
Hit page two for the full pricing list, which includes all models, equipment groups, and options.