[POLL] Will Chevrolet Reveal the C8 Corvette Coupe and Convertible Models Together?


[POLL] Will Chevrolet Reveal the C8 Corvette Coupe and Convertible Models Together

There is a lot that we know now about the forthcoming reveal of the 2020 Corvette in Tustin, CA on 07.18.19 but there is one major question that won’t be answered until that evening. Will Chevrolet reveal both the C8 Corvette’s coupe and convertible models on that date or will they, as history has shown, split the models into two different reveal dates.

Looking back at the introduction of the C7 Corvettes, the 2014 Corvette Stingray Coupe was revealed in Detroit on January 13, 2013, followed by the 2014 Stingray Convertible in Geneva on March 5, 2013.

Chevrolet also split the reveal of the 2015 Corvette Z06 with the Coupe being introduced at the 2014 NAIAS Show in Detroit and the Convertible model following in April 2014 at the New York International Auto Show.

Do you think we’ll see a similar reveal of the C8 Coupe and C8 Convertible on separate dates in separate locations, or will GM reveal both this time due to the relatively short time between the reveal and the end of C7 production and major upcoming Corvette marketing events such as Corvettes at Carlisle and the 25th Anniversary Event at the National Corvette Museum, both in August?

Vote in our poll below to have your opinion counted.

Will Chevrolet reveal the C8 Corvette Coupe and Convertible models together or separately?

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Thanks to our friend Jeremy Welborn for the inspiration for this poll question. Interestingly, Jeremy also dug up the original reveal livestreams so if its been a while since you’ve seen these videos, you might want to check these out. Especially the Coupe’s reveal on 1.13.13 which was done so well:

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  1. I remember seeing the cover of Road & Track magazine, I think it was around September 1962, when they showed the new 63 Corvette Sting Ray, a Silver coupe and a Red convertible. Everyone was oooohing and ahhhhing over it and it seemed Light Years ahead of the 62 model. It was always cool when you saw your first one on the street When I saw the Sting Ray, there was no doubt in my mind, of was going to buy one of those, and I did, but it was a year later when I ordered a 64 coupe with fuel injection and a 4 -speed. The world was right at that point in time.

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