Chevrolet has released the final production statistics for the 2019 model year Corvette. Total production was 34,822 units produced. Of that, 39.3% were Stingrays, 32.3% were Grand Sports, 19.9% were Z06s and 8.5% were ZR1s. Automatic transmissions were once again favored over manuals at 77.6% or 27,017 cars. Coupes outsold convertibles both overall (84.%) and
David Estes got us this photo of a Long Beach Red Camouflaged 2020 Mid-Engine C8 Corvette Convertible in the parking lot at the Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, Michigan while attending the 2019 Concours d’Elegance of America. The interior is natural colored with the competition seats, black seat belts, black wheels, and yellow calipers.
On the road to Zero Crashes, General Motors partnered with the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute to analyze just how effective some of General Motors production active safety, driver assistance, and advanced headlighting features may prevent or decrease different types of crashes.
Retiring National Corvette Museum Executive Director Wendell Strode is announced as a member of the 2020 Corvette Hall of Fame.
Jim Perkins live exemplifies the American Dream. From a modest background to Chevrolet General Manager.
The 2014 Corvette Stingray debuts Monday, January 14, 2013 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. The new Corvette is the most powerful standard model ever, with an estimated 450 horsepower (335 kW) and 450 lb.-ft. of torque (610 Nm). It will accelerate from 0-60 in less than four seconds.