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Corvette dealers received a production memo outlining allocation information, key dates, and option constraints for the 2021 model year.
General Motors has issued a memo to dealers telling them that no more sold orders for the 2021 Corvette model year will be accepted.
It's been rumored that the 2021 Corvette model year will send sometime during the week of July 19th with the 2022 models beginning shortly thereafter.
Workers at the Assembly Plant have kicked off 2021 with production starting on a new C8 model, the right hand drive Corvettes built for export.
As the inaugural year of the C8 Corvette comes to an end, we offer up one last 2020 model year production update from the Corvette Assembly Plant.
The 2020 Corvette model year will be coming to a close this week and the final car off the assembly line will be a Sebring Orange Convertible that will be going to a customer in New York.
Dealers began notifying customers that the 2021 Corvette model year production would begin the week of 12/14 according to the latest TPWs.
The National Corvette Museum provided the official production statistics for the 2020 Corvette model year which featured a total of 20,368 built during the C8's inaugural year.
General Motors is continuously monitoring its Mexico supply chain as COVID-19 spreads in several regions of the country.
CorvetteBlogger returns to the Corvette Today Podcast for another update on the latest Corvette production news as well as the latest rumors about the C8 Corvette!