2020 Corvette C8 Production Comes to an End: Check out the Final Numbers and Stats
The final production of the 2020 Corvette C8 is scheduled to continue during the first days of December 2020. GM has already closed the books on final order changes and the museum has published the final production numbers.
The final production of the 2020 Corvette C8 is scheduled to continue during the first days of December. You can read more blog posts about the 2020 Corvette HERE.
The 2021 Corvette is scheduled to start production on December 8, 2020.
GM has already closed the books on final order changes and the museum has published the final numbers. Check out the charts below…
You can see the details below of the six-page stats. For a quick look, there was 20,368 total production of the 2020 C8 Corvette Stingray. 82.4% ordered the coupe (16,787) and 17.6% ordered the convertible (3,581). The 3LT was the most popular package with 46.4% choosing that. Torch Red was the most popular color with 25.2%.
We are told that these totals do include those pre-production saleable units that were built before customer orders began in February.
2020 Corvette Color Totals
The 2020 Corvette exterior colors ranked by popularity are:
- Torch Red – 5,137 (25%)
- Arctic White – 3,098 (15%)
- Black – 2,383 (11.7%)
- Sebring Orange – 1,377 (6.8%)
- Elkhart Lake Blue – 1,369 (6.7%)
- Rapid Blue – 1,243 (6%)
- Ceramic Matrix Gray – 1,216(5.97%)
- Blade Silver – 1,130 (5.55%)
- Shadow Gray – 1,111(5.45%)
- Long Beach Red – 1,068 (5.25%)
- Accelerate Yellow – 688 (3.38%)
- Zeus Bronze – 548 (2.69%)
Other Popular 2020 Corvette Options
Some other interesting options include the E60 Front Lift which was selected by 58% of owners (11,899), FE4 Magnetic Ride was selected by 54% (10,991), and the GT2 seats were the most popular choice at 12,548 (61.6%).
The most popular wheels were the Carbon Flash Open-Spoke wheels with 41.7% of buyers selecting the black version vs 36.9% going with the Bright Silver versions. The Black Trident wheels were optioned by 2,788 buyers (13.7%) while 2,420 selected the Spectra-Gray Trident wheels (11.9%) and 1,924 buyers selected the Sterling Silver Trident Wheels (9.4%).
2020 Corvette Model Year Stats
National Corvette Museum
If you enjoy Corvette Facts and Numbers you will want to get a Corvette Black Book. You can read about the Corvette Black Book history on this blog post. The 2020 C8 Mid-Engine Corvette Stingray was just released on July 18, 2019, at Tustin, California as General Motors President Mark Reuss drove the 2020 Corvette C8 onto the stage of a World War II-era blimp hangar outside Los Angeles. You can watch a video of the live reveal HERE and read about the details of the 2020 C8 Mid Engine Corvette Stingray and its Preliminary Specifications. For some photos from the reveal CLICK THIS LINK.
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