"It is not the beginning of the end, only the end of the beginning". Winston Churchill was trying to inspire faith in his people that WWII was changing for the better. In terms of Corvette owners, many of the Old Guard have expressed unfounded confusion and anger at the notion of having a V8 behind the cockpit. However, Corvette's legendary Chief Engineer pleaded for a mid-engine supercar since it was introduced in 1953. Zora Arkus-Duntov has been vindicated, and the 2020 Corvette reveal Livestream schedule looks very promising.
In a press release this morning, they announced they reaffirmed the launch date of next Thursday, July 18th. If you weren't invited to the big party in Tustin, California, the festivities will be streamed on https://media.chevrolet.com/nextgenCorvette. It will also be shown on their social media channels to make it easier to view on your phone.
The stream will begin at 10:30 p.m. EDT/7:30 p.m. PDT. After the show is over, the cars will be loaded up for a cross-country tour. Stopping at 125 dealerships, fans will be able to interact and learn about the new car. This itinerary will be released on the 19th, so stay with us for all your Corvette news. If you think the 2019 cars are the last real Corvette, click the link below before they're all gone.Browse Corvettes For Sale
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