Chevrolet’s New Generation Car to be launched soon

Chevrolet’s New Generation Car to be launched soon

Today, Chevrolet announced that in the coming year, it will be launching the seventh-generation Corvette. While announcing the coming launch of the new generation car, Chevrolet said, "With the new Corvette, we set out to build a world-challenging sports car with design, refinement, efficiency and driver engagement that is second to none. The result is a truly all-new Corvette".

It has been reported that the new generation car will have a new logo. Currently, it has a Cross-Flags logo. It is hoped that the new logo will add to the grace of the car. The exact logo of the car has not been revealed by the car. However, the Chevrolet did show an image showing the logo of the new generation car.

Just like Apple, Chevrolet will be teasing its customers by hiding the looks of the new car. From time to time, blogs, articles and promotional write-ups of the car will be issued to entice the customers. Few fans of Chevrolet will be invited to attend the launch of the car. Those interested in buying the car can book the order till the end of December. The new Chevrolet will be on sale from next year.


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