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Chevrolet Corvette right-hand-drive is go!
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4th Jun 2020
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Chevrolet Corvette right-hand-drive is go!

The Chevrolet Corvette is still on track for right-hand-drive, even though development of it and other variants was paused during the coronavirus crisis. A media alert issued by General Motors in Europe overnight has confirmed the new Chevrolet Corvette will still be available in right-hand-drive. It will be the first time in the history of the nameplate that the Corvette has been built in right-hand-drive on the main production line.
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Joshua Dowling
Chevrolet Corvette confirmed for Australia
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19th Jul 2019
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Chevrolet Corvette confirmed for Australia

Holden has been delivered a massive windfall at a critical time in its sales recovery plan, with confirmation today it will sell the iconic Chevrolet Corvette sports car from as early as next year.
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Joshua Dowling
Chevrolet C8 Corvette: Stingray name confirmed
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16th Jul 2019
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Chevrolet C8 Corvette: Stingray name confirmed

Chevrolet has confirmed the eighth-generation C8 Corvette, set for a Friday reveal, will launch in ‘Stingray’ guise. The moniker was first used on the second-generation Corvette in 1963, before being dropped at the end of 1976. It made a return in 2014 to denote the entry-level variant of the C7 Corvette – the same role it'll fill within the new C8 range. The 2020 Stingray is set to be powered by an updated version of the current model's 6.2-litre LT1 V8, boosted to around 500hp (373kW).
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Alex Misoyannis
Holden Ute: pumped Aussie test mule for next-gen mid-engine Corvette spied
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9th Jan 2015
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Holden Ute: pumped Aussie test mule for next-gen mid-engine Corvette spied

A mid-engined Holden SS V ute to mark the end of production? We wish. What you see here is, according to US publication Car and Driver, an early prototype of a mid-engined Corvette C8 rumoured to be in the pipeline for the US brand's 2017 model year. The (speculated) early Corvette C8 prototype uses the 5040mm long, 1899mm wide body of the Holden Commodore SS V Ute, which appears to be in VE Series II guise.
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