Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant Tours Resume

Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant Tours Resume
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Chevrolet has announced that public plant tours at the Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant will be resuming on October 14, 2013. Continue Reading...

National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park Groundbreaking Announced

National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park Groundbreaking Announced
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The National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park, also known as the Corvette Track, will break ground on Friday, June 28 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Continue Reading...

GM Plans $100M Upgrade to Bowling Green Corvette Factory for Next-Gen ‘Vette

GM Plans $100M Upgrade to Bowling Green Corvette Factory for Next-Gen ‘Vette
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GM is expected to announced a major investment in its Bowling Green, Ky., Corvette Factory later today as it makes plans for the next generation of American’s iconic sports car. At a planned press conference at the plant, GM North America boss Mark Reuss will lay out details of a $100 million upgrade for the… Continue Reading...

Chevy Rolls Out 1.5 Millionth Corvette: A 2010 Grand Sport

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Chevy Rolls Out 1.5 Millionth Corvette: A 2010 Grand Sport
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Fifty-six years after the first Corvette rolled off the assembly line, General Motors can now boast it has produced 1.5 million of America’s sports car. Chevrolet Product Marketing Director Karen Rafferty made the announcement at the June meeting of the Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association. The 1,500,000th ‘Vette, produced at the company’s Bowling Green Assembly… Continue Reading...

Cadillac to Kill-Off XLR after 2009

Cadillac to Kill-Off XLR after 2009
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Cadillac has announced that 2009 will be the last year for its retractable hardtop XLR. Pity. Apparently dealerships are still taking orders for the $87,055 sportscar (or over $100,000 for the XLR-V) and the final model will roll  off the production line in Bowling Green, Kentucky in the Spring. The XLR and XLR-V were the… Continue Reading...