Production for the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette is formally underway. Chevy marked the celebration with a tweet (how else?) from the assembly plant in Bowling Environmentally friendly, Ky.
— Chevrolet (@chevrolet)
February 3, 2020
Late very last calendar year, Chevy introduced that production would be delayed until February 2020 because of to the UAW strike. It seems to be like that prediction was right on time, as we see creation C8s on the initially Monday of the thirty day period. Hallelujah.
People people who ended up amid the very first to order their 2020 Corvettes ought to see them start out to filter into dealers as Chevy builds up inventory in excess of the coming months. That also implies we get to begin viewing them on the streets. It may perhaps be wintertime time in the north, but temperatures have been warm enough that taking out the model-new Corvette does not look like the worst notion in the earth — it does ship with all season tires as conventional immediately after all.
The tweet doesn’t make it crystal clear that the Corvette pictured is the real initially production C8, but we’ve asked Chevy for images of that car. The auto in concern is headed to Rick Hendrick, who purchased VIN No. 1 at the 2020 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction.