I think everyone is in the same mind set as to where’s the catch!? Mid engine car, numbers sound good on paper, and starting at less than 60k. Fiero?
I figure the base price is a marketing scheme to get you interested, like most marketing, then add one option and the price rockets.
All automotive enthusiast are thinking the same thing, why is it so cheap? What did they cut to get it there? I think most of the comments have been positive, so I think gm did a good job on this one. Can’t wait to see the pricing.
Yes sir. Here is the press release from April 2019. https://media.chevrolet.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/home.detail.html/content/Pages/news/us/en/2019/apr/0425-bowlinggreen.html
Overproduction is not an issue with Corvette. Fairly high proportion of this model consists of sold orders from individual customers. Also, Bowling Green Assembly is the sole production location for Corvette.
Didn’t GM announce another shift (or at the very least increased production) at the Bowling Green factory? That may result in increased sales in the short run (until they inevitably tail off), but it’s going to affect long term sales and profitability. Both on the prices they can command side and the production side (they have to pay for the extra shift/workers). It’ll likely result in the usual GM overproduction and big discounts down the road. “Corvette month” anyone?
They have a form of Socialism. I am sure you have a computer and the internet. Try researching information and quit believing uncle Bernie. Don’t be a sheep all your life. The truth is out there. All you have to do is search for it. History repeat itself it you don’t learn from it.