2020 Corvette Production Won’t Begin Until February
Chevy Will Eventually Get Back on Track
The 2020 Corvette Stingray is one of the most highly anticipated cars ever. The vehicle has wowed fans and critics alike and now people just want to buy their cars and enjoy them. However, recent reports indicate that production might not get started for a little while yet.
According to Corvette Blogger, it looks like production for the 2020 Corvette Stingray won’t really begin until February. This is due to a variety of factors, including the UAW strike and the fact that Chevrolet still needs to finish producing the last of the 2019 C7 Corvettes.
It’s also important to note that Chevy plans to do a graduated production roll-out of the new Corvette. This means the plan is to build LT2 and LT3 cars first and keep adding colors and options to the line until all cars can be made. Then the LT1s will start coming out.
All of this means that the Corvette Convertible’s production start date is likely pushed out to Q2 of 2020. This means that if you had your heart set on a convertible, you could be waiting quite a while for it.