Chevy dealers can now place orders for the 2022 Corvette in GM’s Order Work Bench system, but with partial pricing
Early this morning, Chevrolet released partial pricing for the 2022 Corvette to its Order Work Bench system allowing dealers to now place orders with pricing. However, with the release of the pricing, as of right now, dealers can only submit orders as stock orders instead of sold orders.
We’re not sure if that’s an oversight on Chevy’s part, or if there’s a specific reason for it.
Some of the pricing shows either $0.00 or W/A – such as for the IMSA C8.R Edition. This is an indication that the pricing is still either being determined, or slowly populating to the system.
One of the things we noticed right off the bat was the Destination Charge increased by $200. For the 2021 Corvette model year, it was $1,095. For the 2022 model year, it’s now $1,295. The Z51 package has also increased from $5,995 in 2021 to $6,345 for the 2022 model year.
Once final pricing is released, we’ll announce it here. For now, you can see the preliminary pricing in the system right now for a 2022 Corvette Stingray Coupe and Convertible equipped with the 3LT trim package.
Below is the pricing as seen in the system.
2022 Corvette Stingray Coupe 3LT
2022 Corvette Stingray Convertible 3LT