Chevrolet Confirms Hybrid Corvette is Coming Next Year!

Followers of Chevrolet’s Corvette Instagram page were just presented with a treat – confirming that the hybrid E-Ray Corvette will arrive next year followed by a fully electric Corvette:

“In addition to the amazing new Chevrolet #Corvette #Z06 coming this year, an electrified #Corvette will be available as early as next year and a fully electric version to follow. Stay tuned for more.”


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While very little details are known about the hybrid Corvette at this point, we would expect the E-Ray to arrive next year as a 2024 model followed by the all-electric version in 2025.

Earlier this morning General Motors President, Mark Reuss confirmed to CNBC that Chevrolet will produce an electrified Corvette next year, followed by an all-electric version, however Reuss would not confirm it would be a traditional hybrid or a plug-in hybrid Corvette.

“We will have an electrified Corvette next year, so it’s coming very quick. This is in addition to all of the great performance that Chevrolet and Corvette have been known for, for many, many years with our internal combustion engines.”

Dealers Receive Additional Confirmation From Chevrolet

Following the release to social media, dealers received the following Q&A from Chevrolet:

“This morning, GM President, Mark Reuss shared some exciting news. He announced that in addition to the amazing new Chevrolet Corvette Z06 and other phenomenal gas-powered variants coming, we will offer an electrified and a fully electric, Ultium-based Corvette in the future. In fact, we will offer an electrified Corvette as early as next year. Details and names to come at a later date.”

Corvette Q&A

Q: Does this mean that gas Corvettes are going away?

A: No. In fact, we are introducing the Z06 and subsequent gas-powered models after.

Q: What is the difference between electric and electrified Corvette?

A: We’ll share more details at a later date.

Q: Will the electric Corvette use the Ultium platform?

A: Yes.

Q: Will the electrified Corvettes be mid-engine?

A: Not sharing details today. More to come later.

Q: What can you share about performance: HP, top speed, 0-60, battery range, etc.?

A: Not sharing details today. More to come later.

Q: You have previously said no hybrids. Is the electrified Corvette a hybrid?

A: We’ll share more details on how electrification will be applied in Corvette in the near future.

Q: Will the electrified Corvette use battery technology from the Chevy Bolt EV?

A: No. We’ll share more about the vehicle’s technology at a later date.

Q: Will either of these be called E-Ray or Zora?

A: We’ll share the names later.

Q: What is the timing / model year for these cars?

A: We’ll share more info on timing later, but we are confirming the electrified Corvette could come as early as next year.

Q: Is this the start of a new “family” line-up for Corvette?

A: I’ve seen some reports indicating that, but we’re not going to speculate on that.

Q: How do you respond to loyal Corvette enthusiasts who do not want any type of electric Corvette?

A: Every Corvette has been better than the one before it and this will be no exception. We will continue to focus on all the things that have made and will make Corvette revolutionary.

Q: Will these future vehicles be built at Bowling Green Assembly?

A: We already confirmed Corvette Z06 will be built there. We are not announcing manufacturing locations today. We will share such details at a later time.

Source:  Chevrolet

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