As of this edit, the last of the C6 Corvettes have been produced in Bowling Green, KY. The C6 was introduced in 2005, and was another all-new design, just like the preceding C5 was all-new compared to the C4. The C6 continues the Corvette Team’s mission to improve on the previous generation in every category. […]
This week we’re reviewing production numbers for the C5 Corvette, produced between 1997-2004. The development of this car and the engineers and stylists behind it are discussed in the book All Corvettes Are Red, a must-read for any C5 fan.
Next up in our Corvette Production Numbers series are the C4 cars. By the time 1982 rolled around, the C3 Corvette was 14 years old and the chassis that it was based on dated back to 1963. Needless to say, a lifetime for a chassis and body style. The Corvette team at GM was well […]
This week we’ll continue our look at Corvette production numbers through the generations with the 1968-1982 models. This 14-year time span was the longest for any Corvette generation to date. Corvette team designers did a commendable job freshening the car from it’s early “chrome bumper” stage from 1968-1972 periodically until the final, lower production (in […]
This week we’ll continue our Corvette production numbers series with a look at the “mid-years”, those cars produced between 1963 and 1967. These cars are the first Corvettes to feature independent rear suspension, optional 4-wheel disc brakes, a big-block engine option and the use of the “Stingray” designation, among other innovations. Their limited production years […]