Chevrolet has announced that the 2015 Corvette Stingray will make an appearance at the 28th São Paulo International Motor Show. The Bow Tie is bringing two seventh-gen Corvettes for display at its booth in the Anhembi Pavilion throughout the show, which runs from October 30th through November 9th.
To note, Chevy only offers the Corvette today in a single South American market — Chile. And the available Vette isn’t the latest C7 Stingray, but rather the sixth-generation model. Hence, the C7 Stingray is not available in any South American market, and is currently imported from North America by those who want to have one for themselves. By contrast, the fifth-generation Camaro is available in most markets in the continent, except for Peru.
Keeping all that in mind, could the fact that Chevy is showing off the C7 Stingray at São Paulo signal the brand’s intent to sell the sports car in Brazil, or maybe even the South American region at large? Nothing’s official as of this writing, but you’ll see it here first the moment any information becomes available, along with other GM news.