The ability to build both versions of the Corvette while allegedly allowing versions of the pre-production product development integration of the Chevy team from the middle of the Corvette engine on Friday, when the plant is usually closed.The production start date of September 2019 coincides with the reports of the Corvette engine that will release the 2020 model However, the debut can be done much earlier, because it indicates a slot at the North America International Motor Show in January 2019. The trademark registration indicates that the Zora may somehow appear in the new Corvette: a reference to the father of the original model.
At least in the racing models, the central Corvette engine has a turbo engine (pictured above), but reports suggest that the base model version will have a 6.2-liter V8 naturally aspirated with approximately 460 horsepower (343 kW). A 4.2-liter turbocharged V8 engine with approximately 650 hp (485 kW) will be available as an upgrade. The rumored alternative is supposed to use a 5.5 liter V8 with two turbochargers generating 850 hp (634 kW).
The first production units of the Chevrolet Corvette mid-engine may begin to deploy in the Green Bowling Tie, Kentucky, in September 2019. The industry analyst, Auto Outlook Solutions, says that the production of C7 will end in August 2019 and the plant will change. To the new form the following month.
However, this rumor does not fit well with earlier speculation about the production of a Corvette with a central engine. Earlier reports indicated that Chevy had updated the plant to be able to assemble both the Vette model and the next-generation model in the same production line. By doing so, the company can continue to meet the demand of the current model, presumably less expensive, and the future.