Photo Showing the 67-Year Assembly Line of the Chevrolet Corvette C1 and C8

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American car magazine Motor Trend reached Chevrolet’s Corvette assembly line archives within General Motors. The shared images show the 67-year assembly line of the Chevrolet Corvette C1 and C8.

Chevrolet, which is under the structure of General Motors, recently released the image of the first C8 Corvette that came off the assembly line. This special version of the 2020 model vehicle was purchased by Rick Hendrick for approximately $ 3 million (TL 18.1 million) as part of an aid campaign. Corvette, one of the most luxurious vehicles of today, has attracted great attention in the past as it is now.

Motor Trend investigating the archives of General Motors; Flint reached photos of a Corvette manufactured in 1953 on the Michigan assembly line. According to the information in the images, this photo, taken on June 30, 1953, reveals how luxurious the vehicle was in the past. You can also compare this 1953 vehicle with the 2020 Corvette C8, which came out of the Bowling Green Assembly Plant on February 3.

Chevrolet will produce the mid-engine Corvette for the first time:
Rumors of the mid-engine version of the Corvette have been around for over 50 years. Chevrolet, which has finally decided to change the engine placement of the Corvette that it has produced with the same engine layout for 66 years, announced the end of a period by making such a decision. In fact, the new Corvette C8 model, which came with the mid-engine arrangement of Chevrolet, was displayed recently while camouflaged in California.

The new Corvette C8, which will not be delivered until the end of February, will be the first mid-engine Corvette. The new Corvette’s Stingray model will have a 495 horsepower and 637 Nm of torque, along with a 6.2-liter V8 engine. The car’s design, technology and engine positioning will be the most distinctive of the Corvette models ever produced.

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