Many had hoped to see 2020 Chevrolet Corvette at this year’s North American International Auto Show. It led to speculation when and where the new Corvette might be revealed. Autoblog then hit a goldmine when they noticed that new Corvette might arrive at Rolex 24 Race at Daytona. Nonetheless, it is not a mid-engined but a completely new Corvette model. Dubbed as 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Special Edition and we have no information regarding its specifics. There is a strong probability that it could be last time we see a new front-engine Corvette.
Hence, you shouldn’t be surprised that 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Special Edition pays tribute to Vette’s history that goes backs to year 1953. If we take a look at Wikipedia page of Chevrolet Corvette it reveals that ZL-1 engine was available as new option for 1969 Corvette. In other words, it would celebrate its 50th anniversary this month. Thus, a special edition to commemorate this occasion is right way to go. Nonetheless, these are just speculations and could be completely different. Regardless, whatever Chevrolet might come up with, they always have introduced several special editions over years.
Last year, they showcased Corvette 65 Carbon Edition which celebrated 65th anniversary with a Ceramic Matrix Gray paint job and had several carbon fiber components incorporated. Two years back, Chevrolet unveiled Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition which was dubbed as “road-going, track-capable homage” to the Corvette C7.R racer. So, if you are interested in knowing full details of this special edition then tune to our website on 25th January where it will make its debut at 11:30AM EST time.