1991 Corvette

1991 Corvette Production Numbers

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Overall, sales of the 1991 Chevy Corvette followed the downward trend started earlier in the model year by the ZR-1. In all, 20,639 units were sold, with coupes outselling convertibles at a ratio of about three-to-one. With the ZR-1’s sales numbers crumbling around them, and with General Motors unable to fund the development of an all-new Corvette for the foreseeable future, Corvette engineers knew that a happy medium would have to be reached between the performance limited L98 base model and the overly priced ZR-1.

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1991 Production Volumes by Model Variant

A total of 14,967 coupes were built in 1991 (including cars with the ZR1 option code). The base coupe (no ZR1 package) accounted for 62.61% of production at 12,967 units while the base convertible accounted for 27.48% of production volume at 5,672 units made. Of the 14,967 coupes, 2,044 coupes had the ZR1 package chosen and made up 9.9% of total volume for the year.

1991 Production Volumes by RPO Codes & Colors

Below, we have broken out the 1991 Corvette production builds by RPO codes and options so you can see how popular or rare certain options were.