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Outlets are reporting that the 2017 models will actually be produced at the same time which makes the number even more strange. No one is quite sure why this is happening but the most popular opinion is that the mid-engine Corvette is on the agenda. We will have to see in the future what is actually the case. You can look at news items like the one below to find the clues and make a decision about what is happening for yourself.
1. The Bowling Green plant is slated to stop production on the 2018 Corvette after only four months of production.
2. The timing seems to be in line with a release of a mid-engine Corvette.
3. Chevrolet has not commented on why they are halting production after only 4 months of producing the 2018 Corvette.
Quote: "Chevy is still scheduled to build around 9,700 of the coupes and convertibles by January, according to the newspaper, so 2018 cars won’t exactly be rare, but they may end up being among the last of their kind." (Fox News, 2018)
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