The UAW strike in the fall and the coronavirus shutdown in the spring have combined to keep 2020 Corvette production so far to less than 2,800 cars.
Now carsdirect.com is reporting that just 30 of the new mid-engine Stingrays are still available for sale in the United States.
They claim that anyone who’s not already on an order list for the 2020 Corvette can be prepared to pay a premium as high as $50,000 over MSRP – or wait and buy a 2021.
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