2020 Corvette C8 Production Has Stopped Because They Ran Out Of Parts


The Covid-19 pandemic has changed life as we know it, and amongst many, the manufacturing industry is feeling much of the pressure. In fact, General Motors has put a temporary hold on Corvette C8 production because of a parts shortage. So what happens now?

Car enthusiast and YouTuber, Morgan Crosbie assures us that C8 customers aren’t dead in the water. The Bowling Green, Kentucky based production facility has been shut down and will remain closed until next week or the week of October 19th. Rather than simply lowering production capacity and keeping things moving, Chevrolet has made the difficult decision to wait for a parts surplus to get things moving again.

2021 Chevy Corvette C8 Red Mist Paint
2021 Chevy Corvette C8 Red Mist Paint

While operational, the factory was producing an average of between 800 and 850 Corvettes per week. After reopening in May, the factory has been working flat out to make up for the backlog of…

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