Corvette C8 Production Has Officially Resumed After Short Shut Down

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Earlier this month, news surfaced that 2020 Chevy Corvette production had to be shut down due to the lack of parts. It’s been an arduous beginning for the new mid-engine sports car, which was first delayed by a UAW strike only to have the coronavirus pandemic further hinder the long-awaited Corvette’s rollout. However, now, it appears that production is back in full swing.

A new video from the Cars and Crosbie YouTube channel has Morgan Crosbie relaying the good news that the Bowling Green, Kentucky factory is back in action with two shifts building bout 800 to 850 Corvettes a week. According to Crosbie, 2020 model production will likely continue well into December and could last until the holiday break at the end of the year. Chevy decided to halt production earlier this month when it faced a parts shortage from suppliers. The shutdown gave…

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