The 2020 Corvette Keeps Rolling Off the Line
With all that’s been going on in 2020, it’s a wonder anyone can get anything done at all. However, it’s great to see folks still making the best of a rather crummy year. The team at the Corvette Assembly Plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, just keeps going and producing 2020 Corvettes.
On October 30th, the plant should’ve been able to surpass the 15,000 VIN, according to Corvette Blogger, which means it’s well on its way to that 20,181 number that customers have ordered. There are only about 5,000 Corvettes left to build.
At the current rate, the plant is building about 880 Corvettes a week. That pace should continue into November and on from there. If possible the team at the assembly plant could even produce a few more cars to meet the goal.
Regardless, the plant should be able to hit its 20,181 goal for 2020, though it may need to stretch into December to do it. This doesn’t come as a surprise with all that has been going on with the pandemic. The only way things could be thrown off is if there’s another parts shortage or the plant was forced to be shut down for a health reason. At this time things seem to be going well, and we’re keeping fingers crossed that will continue.