The final days of the C7 Chevrolet Corvette are upon us.
If you want to get your hands on what very well could be the last front-engine Corvette ever built, time is running out. According to Corvette Blogger, the final day for any C7 Corvette Coupe order will be June 17, while today (June 6) is the final day for a C7 Convertible order. The order must be placed before the evening in order for it to be received and processed by General Motors.
The last day for any C7 Corvette order will officially be June 23, less than a month before the debut of the highly anticipated mid engine Corvette C8 on July 18, but it’s not likely that dealers will have allocation left by this time.
These dates count only for order a custom C7 Corvette to your liking. As we’ve reported previously, there is a large inventory of 2019 model year Corvettes currently sitting on dealer lots around the country – many being offered at a discount due to the hype surrounding the mid engine Corvette C8’s arrival. If you’ve always wanted a C7 Corvette Stingray, Grand Sport or Z06 and prefer the classic front-engine ‘Vette to its inbound mid engine successor, now isn’t a bad time to pick one up.
It’s still not clear when production of the C7 Corvette will end, although we doubt it will be produced well into the month of July.
Source: Corvette Blogger