[VIDEO] Wrecked 2020 Corvette Stingray Spotted Behind the Corvette Assembly Plant


[VIDEO] Wrecked 2020 Corvette Stingray Spotted Behind the Corvette Assembly Plant

No sooner do I post a new video from Byron at Drive 615 with his tracking down a Torch Red 2020 Corvette Stingray in Nashville at the CMA Awards when along comes another video from the YouTuber who captured a surprising find at the Corvette Assembly Plant.

Byron traveled to Bowling Green today in hopes of catching a glimpse of a 2020 Corvette, especially one in Accelerate Yellow if possible, but instead he came up with a wrecked 2020 Corvette Stingray (Convertible?) wearing full camo that he discovered parked behind the Corvette Assembly Plant.

From Drive 615 via YouTube:

Found a wrecked 2020 C8 Corvette Convertible at the Corvette Plant in Bowling Green Kentucky. It has the prototype camouflage wrap on it and is missing a wheel completely. The airbags were deployed as well. This is the first crashed C8 and the first C8 Convertible I have seen in person.

Another view of this wrecked Corvette Stingray was also posted to Instagram by greshamveazey:

We called this a convertible based on the comments from the guys that were there and saw the car with their own eyes. However, now that we’ve had a chance to digest this, it looks more and more like the car is a coupe with the rear hatch that was smashed (rollover?). it’s also being suggested that the car wasn’t in a wreck, that it could have just had some parts removed and others were thrown on top of the car. Any thoughts?

Drive 615 / YouTube

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  1. None of this will actually matter. All pre production Corvettes used for testing will be crushed and never sold to the public. None of those pre production cars have valid vehicle identification numbers and cannot be licensed or insured. I know it seems like a terrible, but failure analysis testing is very important in order to build better cars sold to the public.

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