Given all of the production issues with the 2020 Corvette that we’ve seen this year, it’s not surprising the latest bad news now comes from the land down under.
The GM Special Vehicles team had contacted potential buyers for the Corvette letting them know that the Aussie version would be introduced late in the fourth quarter of this year. However that has now changed
Those potential buyers have now been notified by the GMSV team that they should get their deposits back from Holden dealers if they placed an order. As per that notification:
“We understand that some customers may have already placed deposits with Holden dealers. Unfortunately, deposits will not guarantee your purchase of a Corvette when they arrive towards the end of next year and we recommended that all dealers to refund these deposits [sic], while we finalise the ordering process,”
It was only a few weeks ago when GM confirmed that they were testing right-hand drive 2021 Corvettes and GMSV teased a couple images of it on their Instagram account.
Like some customers here, it looks like Australian customers will be waiting at least a year for their new Corvette.