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Coveting a 2013 Corvette with Specialized Trim? Hurry up and get your Orders in!

November 15, 2012

If you have been wanting to take advantage of the ability to customize your 2013 Corvette, you only have a few days left to do so. GM is now notifying dealers to stop accepting orders for specific trims of the 2013 Corvette as of the end of October. The reason behind this is to ready the plant for production of the 2014 model which is slated to go into production in either August or September of next year. So what’s in store for the 2014 Corvette?

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For one, the car is going to be both shorter and it will shed some pounds. The interior is looking at an upgrade and will gain more in the area of comfort – which is good news for all ‘Vette lovers. Only two similar parts will be transported over to the 2014 model from the 2013. Those two parts are its rear latch that is used on the removable roof panel and its cabin air filter. Everything else will be newly designed, including a new emblem which has already been revealed.

The new emblem is said to be more modern, more detailed and more technical than before. A new engine is slated to go in the Corvette too and will also be seen in GM’s pickup trucks and SUVs that have redesigned. Specs will be released on October 24, but we know right now that it will be a small-block V8 engine.

Along with the Cadillac ELR hybrid, the 2014 Corvette will be revealed to the public at the Detroit Auto Show in January 2013.

The Corvette’s production will continue until February 2013 when it will be shut down for retooling for approximately six months.

Want to claim your very own 2013 Chevrolet Corvette? Come check out your options at Jessup Auto Plaza today!

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