2023 Corvette Production Halted During Week of March 20th – GM Authority

2023 Corvette Production Halted During Week of March 20th – GM Authority

The week of March 20th was marked by a halt in production of the 2023 Corvette, according to General Motors Authority. The plant, located in Bowling Green, Kentucky, was closed for the week in order to assess the ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the production process.

The cessation of production has cast a pall over the launch of the 2023 Corvette, which has been highly anticipated by fans of the iconic sports car. GM Authority has indicated the production stoppage was necessary to ensure the safety of both employees and the quality of the product.

The plant closure has caused a ripple effect in the automotive industry, as the 2023 Corvette is a highly anticipated vehicle. Suppliers of components for the car have been impacted as well, due to the shutdown of the production line. GM Authority also reported that other automakers have been similarly affected, with Ford, Chrysler, and Honda all halting some production lines to ensure safety and quality.

The 2023 Corvette is slated to be the first of its model to feature a mid-engine design. GM Authority has indicated that the design change will improve performance and handling, although the full effects of the coronavirus shutdown are still unknown.

As of now, General Motors has not commented on when production of the 2023 Corvette will resume. The company’s primary focus is the safety of its employees and the ability to produce a vehicle of the highest quality. GM Authority will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as they become available.