Corvette enthusiasts around the globe have been on the edge of their seats the last few months, wondering if the...
The 2022 Mid-Engine Corvette certainly provided consumers with plenty to be excited about. To commemorate the C8.R race car's inaugural season, Chevrolet offered its consumers a special, limited-edition appearance package on the 2022 Corvette that was inspired by the IMSA GTLM championship-winning race cars. Only 1000 examples were built, and the package added $6595 to the car's sell price.
The Corvette line has made great strides since its inception in 1953. In fact, looking back, it is hard to...
Production of the 2021 Mid-Engine Corvette Stingray was cut short by General Motors. Production of the 2021 MY (model years) was paused in May and June, 2021, due in large part to an ongoing shortage of semiconductor chips. The Coupe proved the more popular bodystyle.
It seems as if much has been publicized in recent years regarding the rarest of Corvettes, which are steeped in nostalgia due to their scarcity. However, seldom is the story told of particular model years where production has peaked, and sales have flourished. Although these less than rare Corvettes are abundant in number, they carry their own legacy, just the same.
We put together this slick infographic to showcase the popularity of each generation (as well as the most notable performance milestones that generation achieved). Download the full-size version below. As well, if you want to delve more in depth into each generation of Corvette, we have a quick summary of each generation available under the infographic.
The 1977 Corvette set another new sales and production record at 49,213 units. The popularity of the Chevy Corvette throughout the 1970’s was proven time and again by the year over year increase in sales numbers despite the dramatic increases in cost.