Kerbeck Chevrolet in Atlantic City, New Jersey is the largest Corvette dealership in the United States. As such, the dealership received a large number of orders for the 2020 Corvette, all of which can be viewed via its online Corvette order tracking page.
Using this online tool, it’s possible to see how many examples of each 2020 Corvette color have been ordered from Kerbeck Chevrolet. The dealership has received a whopping 536 orders for the C8 Corvette already, as well, so this information should be representative of the 2020 Corvette production run so far. These numbers were compiled by a Corvette buyer and recently posted on a Facebook fan page.
|Elkhart Lake Blue Metallic||57|
|Long Beach Red Metallic Tintcoat (+$995)||44|
|Blade Silver Metallic||39|
|Rapid Blue (+$500)||35|
|Ceramic Matrix Gray Metallic||33|
|Sebring Orange Tintcoat (+$995)||30|
|Shadow Gray Metallic||29|
|Accelerate Yellow Metallic (+$500)||19|
As we can see from our table, Torch Red is the most common 2020 Corvette color according to Kerbeck Chevrolet’s order books, with the dealership receiving 131 Torch Red orders so far. This is unsurprising, as red is always a safe bet for making any sports car look good.
The second most popular 2020 Corvette color is Arctic White at 70 orders, followed by Elkhart Lake Blue Metallic in third at 57 units. Long Beach Red Metallic is the fourth most popular 2020 Corvette color so far with 44 units ordered from Kerbeck, which also makes it the most popular premium paint option.
The fifth most popular color for the 2020 Corvette, according to Kerbeck’s order books, is Blade Silver Metallic.
The least common color is Zeus Bronze, with only 18 customers placing an order for the color so far. The second least popular color, surprisingly, is Accelerate Yellow at 19 units.
Kerbeck’s order tracking page also provides some insight into the most popular trim levels for the 2020 Corvette. The dealership has received 249 orders for 2LT equipped cars and 209 orders for the 3LT trim cars. The entry-level 1LT model is the least popular at 78 orders so far.
Production of the 2020 Corvette is expected to resume at GM’s Bowling Green Assembly plant later this month following the pandemic-related production shutdown. Meanwhile, chassis production of the mid-engine sports car never stopped. GM has only managed to build about 2,700 units so far due to the 2019 UAW strike and pandemic and has not yet begun producing 2020 Corvette Convertible customer cars.