I feel like I've said this 1,000 times at this point, but I will stick to my guns. If General Motors built its high volume products as good as its high-performance vehicles, it would be onto something.

This is, once again, proven with the all-new, 2020 C8 Chevrolet Corvette.

That's because it was confirmed this week that the first model year is sold out. At least in the U.S. market, that is. In a conversation with GM's President, Barry Engle, MotorTrend confirmed that 40,000 units have been accounted for.

There's just one catch: It's not made clear how many of those are dealer versus customer cars.

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Production of the new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray doesn't begin until early February, but with all the advance orders, it's already sold out, said Barry Engle, president of North America for General Motors.

It's not a surprise. Enthusiasts have waited decades for GM to finally make a mid-engine Corvette. MotorTrend got an early build for testing, and its ride, handling, engineering, and affordability were enough to make it our
2020 Car of the Year...

"The first year is sold out for 2020," Engle said. The allotment was about 40,000 for the U.S...


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The All-new, 2020 C8 Chevrolet Corvette Makes An IMPACT — FIRST Year Officially Sold Out

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