It’s been a long time coming, and after numerous delays including the global pandemic, Bowling Green has started pushing roofless 2020 Corvette C8‘s out the door!
While production officially started on August 4, it was a ramp-up style production line. This means starting a second shift that works after the main Coupe production line to keep social distancing and pandemic safe practices in order.
While Chevrolet originally planned to have 20,000 convertibles out this year, that was… optimistic, we think is the best word. Still, the fact that they should be able to get a few thousand out the door before the 2021 model refresh, itself pushed to the end of October 2020, is progress.
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