2020 Corvette to Debut as a Stingray

The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette will debut as a Stingray July 18, 2019. Did you know the second generation Corvette debuted as a Sting Ray in 1963? This nameplate ran until 1976, and was then revived in 2014 to introduce the seventh generation Corvette. Chevrolet is proud to announce the Stingray name will live on.

Mid-Engine Chevrolet Corvette Reveal to be Live Streamed Globally

Following the reveal, the Next Generation Chevrolet Corvette will embark on two nationwide dealership tours The late Zora Arkus-Duntov, the father of the Chevrolet Corvette, had a vision for a mid-engine Corvette. That vision will come to life the evening of July 18, 2019, in Orange County, California, and the world can watch the reveal …

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Last C7 Corvette Sells For Record-Breaking $2.7 Million

STEPHEN SILLER TUNNEL TO TOWERS FOUNDATION RECEIVES 2.7 MILLION DOLLARS FROM RECORD-BREAKING CHEVROLET CORVETTE AUCTION At least five smart homes to be built benefiting catastrophically-injured veterans and their families Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation to receive 2.7 million dollars from the auction of the final seventh generation Chevrolet Corvette at Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction at …

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New President & CEO Announced

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Dr. Sean Preston to Join Museum Team The National Corvette Museum Board of Directors has selected Dr. Sean Preston to serve as President and CEO of the National Corvette Museum. Dr. Preston joins the NCM, effective July 1, from Portland, OR where he served as President of a non-profit independent school. He succeeds 23-year NCM …

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National Corvette Museum Auctioning Off Tickets to C8 Reveal

On April 11, 2019 GM announced the official reveal date of the ‘next generation’ Corvette. Since that initial announcement there has been speculation and information slowly coming out on location and who would be invited. Thanks to the generosity of General Motors, the National Corvette Museum was provided with tickets to the reveal event to …

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