General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra and Chevrolet Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter Thursday, April 11, 2019 with a camouflaged next generation Chevrolet Corvette in New York, New York.
Over the last several years, the rumor mill began to heat up, suggesting that this time GM was serious. At first, there were a few odd sightings, skeptics taking them little more seriously than balls of Sasquatch fur.
In February, by sheer happenstance, a convoy of C8 Corvettes — out testing in the hill country east of San Diego — got caught up in the same, freak snowstorm as a convoy of automotive journalists who were running the same road in the new Kia Soul.
Still, GM officials repeatedly look baffled when asked at various press events what their plans were. The new model failed to appear at any of the big 2019 auto shows. Not Detroit, not Chicago, not Geneva and, no, it won’t be in New York this month.
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From GM Authority BY JONATHAN LOPEZ
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Thanks to CorvetteBlogger reporting the following article by Mitch Talley:
We’ve waited 66 years for a mid-engine Corvette.
Now it looks like we’ll be waiting just a little longer on the 2020 Stingray.
That’s according to reports published Monday in the Detroit Free Press.
The newspaper says it...
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