It’s the first of the month and that means it’s time to take a look at the monthly Corvette sales report from General Motors.
During the month of August 2016, a total of 3,063 Corvettes were delivered. This was a 12.4% increase over the 2,725 Corvettes sold in August 2015. Chevrolet reports that it was the best August for Corvette sales since 2008.
For the calendar year to date (January – August), a total of 19,890 Corvettes have been delivered. This is a -16.5% decline from the 23,826 Corvettes sold last year.
Corvettes at Carlisle. The annual late August spectacle that celebrates all things Corvette and draws fans from all over the world to a quiet, small town in eastern Pennsylvania. Faithfully we make the pilgrimage each year to see old friends, make new ones, and celebrate America’s sports car.
Is there a better way to celebrate the upcoming Labor Day holiday than by winning a new 2016 black Corvette Stingray convertible?
Here’s the last reminder of the current raffle at the National Corvette Museum, which will be drawing the winning ticket on Saturday, Sept. 3 at 3 p.m. (CT).
Kai Spande, Manager of the Bowling Green Assembly Plant was at the 2016 Corvettes at Carlisle Show and he provided an update to the new $439 million paint shop addition that is currently under construction. Kai also spent time to explain the process of how painting a Corvette is different from any other car.
After the 2018 Corvette ZR1/Z06X was recently captured up close by spy photographers, the Corvette Team must believe it can go ahead and drive their C7 prototypes out on public streets. Maybe they have been doing it in Michigan but this is the first time we’ve seen them so far from home.