The base 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray gets a $1,000 price increase for the new model year, Motor1 reported Thursday.

Along with the mandatory $1,295 destination charge (unchanged from 2022), that brings the base price of a Corvette to $63,195. However, Chevy is currently taking $50 off because rear park assist isn't available due to the chip shortage. That may change if the supply issues improve.

Chevy is also offering a 70th Anniversary Edition package for the 2023 model year, commemorating the Corvette's 1953 launch. The package costs $5,995 and will only be available on the Stingray 3LT and Z06.

2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

The 70th Anniversary Edition treatment includes Carbon Flash Metallic or White Pearl Tri-Coat paint, model-specific wheels, red brake calipers, a rear bumper protector and trunk cover, and exterior badging. The interior gets Ceramic and black two-tone leather seats with red contrast stitching and seat belts. Coupes also get a red engine cover, and exterior stripes are available for an additional $995.

Other new options for 2023 include Gloss Black wheels ($995), Ultra Bright Machined wheels ($1,995), and Satin Black wheels with red striping ($1,495). A Tech Bronze accessory wheel set is also available for $3,195, along with black exhaust tips ($200) and aluminum interior trim ($595). An Adrenaline Red Dipped interior is also available as a no-cost option on 3LT models, according to Motor1.

Chevy hasn't released pricing for the 2023 Corvette Z06, however. The latest Z06 gets a naturally aspirated, flat-plane crank 5.5-liter V-8 producing 670 hp, and it's capable of revving to 8,600 rpm. Codenamed LT6, this engine is likely to have a short (but glorious) lifespan given the momentum of electrification.