Coronavirus could not interfere with the supply of Chevy Corvette C8March 21, 2020
Deliveries of Chevy Corvette C8 to dealers do not stop against the backdrop of COVID-19. And this is at a time when more and more automakers decide to temporarily suspend production at their plants.
The implications of the coronavirus pandemic for the global economy and for the automotive industry are very obvious. Many brands have already announced the closure of their plants around the world and the suspension of production, which will certainly affect their sales by the end of this year. One such company is General Motors. Together with two other automakers in Detroit, GM ceased production in North America due to an outbreak of coronavirus. However, this did not stop Chevrolet from delivering the Corvette C8 to its rightful owners.
Do not intend to stop the dealer supplies, as Corvette Blogger writes with reference to the representative of the brand.
It is noted that the schedule can be changed depending on the situation. For Corvette owners awaiting their car, this is good news. Recall that the mass production of the sports coupe Chevy Corvette C8 started in early February.
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