Chevrolet to Offer Two Public Reveals of the 2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible at the Kennedy Space Center


Chevrolet to Offer Two Public Reveals of the 2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible at the Kennedy Space Center

If you’re in Florida on October 3rd, you can be part of the 2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible’s public reveal sessions at the Kennedy Space Center.

Chevrolet and the Kennedy Space Center will be offering two 2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible reveals that will be open to the public. The presentations will include the reveal of the new C8 Convertible with Chevrolet representatives and a special astronaut guest will be there as well.

The public reveal sessions will be held on Thursday, October 3rd at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm under a shaded tent at the KSC’s Rocket Garden. The event is open to those who purchase a daily admission ticket which are $57 and purchased through the Kennedy Space Center.

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The public sessions will follow the official media reveal event of the new 2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible on October 2nd. There will be no livestream during the media event provided by Chevrolet, but we’ll be there with our cameras rolling and will have if for you following the event.


Chevrolet and the Kennedy Space Center share a unique history thanks to some creative marketing back in early days of the space program. Former Indy 500 winner and Chevrolet dealer Jim Rathmann offered a unique lease to the Astronauts where they could use any car from Chevrolet for a year at the cost of $1. Of course, many of those astronauts chose a Corvette for their ride.

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  1. @Bill McMorrow- Could NOT agree with you more! Having said that- I do know that the US Space & Rocket Center here at Marshall Space Flight Center, is a “quasi-municipality” created by the State of Alabama to showcase the Saturn 5 Moon Rocket and much, much more from our USA Space History. Would not be surprised if the Kennedy Space is created and organized similarly, and must have income to maintain the Center. Amazing how LITTLE Federal money is provided to these Museums! Sinc., Wade Russell, NCRS Memb. and Bloomington Gold participant.

  2. I just wonder if the C8 has a level stance? Because all the pictures I see, it looks like
    it sits higher in the back, then it does in the front. they use to say in the 50’s, 60’s
    it looks like its “on a rake”

  3. They want to charge you $57 to see the reveal ? I don’t think so. I’m a Corvette nut but I sure won’t pay to see it. Sounds like the Space Center just want’s this to be a big money maker for them. I’ll wait thank you.

  4. The Kennedy Space Center Visitors Center is completely self-sufficient and supported only by the admission tickets. So you’re not paying $57 for the reveal; you’re paying for the daily entry ticket. And if you get there early enough, you might be lucky to get into the shaded tent mentioned above; otherwise, enjoy the “park” and especially see the Atlantis exhibit, an emotional reveal on its own.

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