We only discovered last week that the 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 would cost $106,395 for the coupe and $113,895 for the convertible, 

yet GM is already aggressively concerned about customers selling their brand-new vehicles for far more than the original sticker price. 

Chevrolet is providing Z06 owners up to $5,000 worth of "points" through the company's owner rewards programme, 

but it probably won't be enough to deter the practise.

CorvetteBlogger.com reports that Chevrolet teased the financial incentive in an email sent out Friday afternoon to owners 

who maintain their new C8-generation Corvette Z06 for a full year from the date of purchase.

Z06 owners who are My Chevrolet Rewards members can receive up to 500,000 extra points, 

which is claimed to be worth roughly $5,000, for keeping their car for a full year for a short period.

What can you purchase with $5,000 then? 

Owners will be able to use those 500,000 points to pay for services like OnStar and other linked plans, 

as well as to cover the cost of service appointments at the dealership or new parts and accessories, according to the Chevrolet Rewards website.

There is no information on when or if the points ever expire. 

The claim made by CorvetteBlogger that the benefits could be connected to a non-transferable car warranty turned out to be untrue.