The 2023 Corvette Z06 Will Make Its Public Debut at the Petersen Auto Museum on October 26th

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The 2023 Corvette Z06 Will Make Its Public Debut at the Petersen Auto Museum on October 26th

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We know everyone is getting really excited about the 2023 Corvette Z06 reveal this month. GM is set to officially launch the Corvette Z06 in a virtual event on October 26th at 12 noon ET. Now we have some details about where you can see the car in person for the first time.

According to our friends at the MidEngineCorvetteForum.com, the Petersen Auto Museum in Los Angeles will be displaying the new Corvette Z06 starting one hour after its virtual reveal on the morning of October 26th and it will be there through October 29th.

The Petersen Auto Museum opens at 10 am PT and you can purchase tickets online at www.petersen.org. Ticket prices are $17 per person.

General Motors has told us that virtual launch event on October 26th will consist of a feature film followed by a panel discussion “featuring a variety of individuals who will bring a unique perspective to this new supercar that will put the world on notice.

We know that this is going to be a fun week for Corvette enthusiasts as we finally get all the details about the highly anticipated follow-up to the C8 Corvette Stingray. We’ll be attending the Petersen that morning and hope you can join us!


Source:
MidEngineCorvetteForum.com

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6 COMMENTS

  1. GM needs to wake up, not 1 of their top 10 Corvette dealerships are west of the Mississippi. GM need to start doing their debuts in the Eastern US, just look at the number of Corvettes that turned out for this years “Corvettes at Carlisle”. Forget California it’s poorly run an anti-car State. Heck, by the time the ZR1 comes out gasoline powered cars will be on life support in CA. Heck the two top sales reps are in Maryland and in Ohio. Time to move all future debuts to the area where most Corvettes are sold. I have never heard anything good about the Stealership in CA other than they don’t know anything but how to markup the prices.

  2. Will it be possible to watch the reveal on the computer or the TV? If so where can it be seen?

    “God Bless America!”
    Ed Letzring

  3. Good point Dave why dont more people stand up and say like it is .
    Calf can take there surf Boards and sink with Face book and all the other Marxist crap they teach Even in the 60s liked the East coast

  4. The Museum is fine, the city and state that it’s in is the real issue. The car culture in Los Angeles is still alive and well, but for how much is anybody’s guess? That whole city and state has been mismanaged into the ground! Even with supposedly the fifth largest economy in the world, it has amassed a massive amount of debt. Not to mention how expensive and unsafe the city and state have become for its citizens. You get what you pay for if you don’t know what you are buying. California needs better leadership not the same old politicians who get elected because of who they are related to or know!

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