When Chevrolet’s first-ever mid-engine Corvette made its debut for the 2020 model year, once the tails stopped wagging about the design and the performance — especially the 0-60 time — aficionados began asking: When does the Z06 arrive?
“Designed to amplify the thrill of driving, the Corvette Z06 is a supercar that performs — whether on backroads or the Autobahn or the world’s most recognizable tracks like Circuit de la Sarthe,” the brand said in a statement, accompanied by a video of the newest model racking through Germany and France.
The model year for the new version of the eighth-generation icon isn’t big news, the company confirmed it last month, but the longer-than-normal wait between the first entry and the next variation had plenty of fans wondering when and where.
The company sated that with a one-paragraph release suggesting, “This fall, the story will continue with the reveal of the all-new 2023 Corvette Z06, the supercar that will put the world on notice.”
The statement didn’t offer any new details, other than pricing would be announced “this fall.”