Bad news if you were hoping to slip behind the wheel of the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 before the end of the year. The hotly-anticipated mid engine coupe was originally promised to arrive at dealerships before 2019 was through, but now that’s no longer going to be the case.
As you might have guessed, if you’ve been following the ongoing saga between Chevrolet-owner General Motors and the UAW union, it’s all down to the strike that shut down plants for six weeks. That has had an inescapable knock-on effect on what could be Chevy’s most important car in some time.
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