Next-Generation Chevrolet Corvette Still at Least Two Model Years Away

2011 Chevrolet-Corvette

If you’re looking for the latest, greatest sports car, you’ll have to wait another two years for something new from Chevrolet. General Motors, Chevy’s parent company, is working on a next-generation Corvette, but it will continue to produce the current Corvette for at least two more model years.

GM said in a press release that it would commit to a $131 million investment for the Bowling Green, Ky., factory that makes the Corvette in preparation for the new model.

The current sixth-generation Corvette has been on sale for six model years, though significant upgrades were made for the 2012 model year.

The 2012 Corvette goes into production in July and should arrive at dealerships shortly afterward.

Comments 

Rich

How's that Cavalier interior, did they fix that?

Mark of Excellence

Very nice and classy sports car. Great interior.

jett1000

Puh-leeaseee. The corvette is tired and drastically needs a full scale redesign. Its had the same shape since the late eighties. The demographic that drives corvettes is mostly older men. Not a bad thing, but if chevy wants to really go against others, they need a wider demographic. The interior is considered the corvettes most unfortunate feature, and even with a small facelift and material redo, it won't hold up well for two more years.

Dope Slap

The interior is great and Mark of Excellence is intelligent. And the bullets bounced off of Bin Laden's head.

Very very nice and sports car. Great design... thanks for photos

So, i will just wait for 2 years to see the new latest model of Chevrolet Corvette..Oh!I'm too excited with that..And besides, I like the design of the latest model of Chevrolet Corvette now..

Puh-leeaseee. The corvette is tired and drastically needs a full scale redesign. Its had the same shape since the late eighties. The demographic that drives corvettes is mostly older men. Not a bad thing, but if chevy wants to really go against others, they need a wider demographic. The interior is considered the corvettes most unfortunate feature, and even with a small facelift and material redo, it won't hold up well for two more years.

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