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Moving Forward: A Look at 2021 and 2022 Corvette Production

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On the heels of our announcement yesterday that GM notified dealers that the last allocation round for 2021 Corvette orders would be canceled this month, some folks were left confused by GM's announcement and where their orders stand.

As stated in their announcement, "we are not planning on canceling any accepted 2021 model year Corvette Stingray orders (event code 3000 and above)." However:

...for the third model year of the mid-engine Corvette, model year 2022 allocation will evolved into the Available Days' Supply (ADS) allocation methodology like all other Chevy allocation groups
So what exactly does this mean?

 

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