Chevrolet has announced pricing for three versions of the mid-engine Corvette Stingray.

The three trim levels are the 1LT, the 2LT, and, sensibly, the 3LT. Chevrolet bills the 1LT as the car for purists, calling it the "lightest Stingray possible." It comes with Bose 10-speaker audio, 8-way power-adjustable seats, Driver Mode Selector, and all-season performance tires. The 1LT starts at $59,995.

The 2LT, on the other hand, ups the comfort with a Bose 14-speaker audio system,  heated and vented seats, a heated steering wheel, and additional interior color options. It's not all just for comfort, though, the 2LT also comes with available GT2 seats in Napa leather and a head-up display and Chevy's Performance Data Recorder. It starts at $67,295.

Finally, the 3LT starts at $71,945 and is being billed as the height of luxury in the range. With 13 interior color options, a custom leather-wrapped instrument panel, suede upper trim, standard GT2 seats, and everything that comes in the 2LT package.

Along with the pricing information, Chevrolet has said that it will be giving us full details on the C8 convertible and the C8.R race car this fall.