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2020 Corvettes Are Pretty Much Sold Out

Even with pushing the 2021 MY refresh back to November...

An article just appeared on CorvetteBlogger, where they report that only about 30 2020 Corvette C8’s remain for sale in North America.

What should be noted right off the bat, however, is that these are existing physical cars, not order slots.

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With the 2021 model year refresh being pushed back to November (allegedly), GM is now focused on fulfilling its 2020 C8 Coupe and Convertible orders. What this means for the man on the street is that the best they can hope for, if they want to spec out their own Corvette, is a 2021 build slot.

And even then, according to many dealers, they’ll be lucky to get a mid or late 2021 slot, as a lot of C8’s have been ordered through the first two quarters of 2021.

The only other option would be buying a C8 from a dealer that had a buyer either back out of the purchase once the car was at the dealer, or buying demo/pre-production models that may not be up to production quality specs.

The downside of that option is that, as evidenced by Corvette listings across the internet, you’ll likely be paying a massive premium to get a 2020 C8. Even 1LT base models are seeing prices listed over $75,000 often, from dealers and private sellers alike.

If you have a 2020 or 2021 build slot, our best advice would be to hold on to it, as the desire to own the newest Corvette seems to still be quite high.