Earlier this morning, General Motors announced that it will be investing $131 million in its Bowling Green plant to support production of the next generation Chevrolet Corvette. However, the question remains – when will we see the next-generation Corvette?
GM said that the plant will continue building the current generation Corvette for at least the next two model years, including the 2012 model year that begins this summer. During that period, the investment will start to take effect, preparing the facility for the next-generation Corvette.
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The Corvette is currently in its sixth-generation and hasn’t received any major upgrades since the sixth-generation model made its debut in 2005. Nonetheless, Chevrolet recently announced a line of upgrades for the 2012 Corvette model year.
2012 Chevrolet Centennial Edition Corvette:
– By: Omar Rana