The Corvette Assembly Plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky was shut down on Friday as supply chain issues continue to impact C8 Stingray production.
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We’d been feeling fairly good in regards to the state of Corvette manufacturing andI even wrote about how we have been seeing some higher-than-expected days of manufacturing this month with the every day counts reaching 188-193 items produced.
Quick ahead to this Friday and we realized that theis closed at this time after lowering manufacturing on Wednesday to 98 autos and Thursday to 80 autos constructed.
It’s at the moment unknown what half or vendor has triggered the slowdown/stoppage aside from the now-familiar chorus of “provide chain” issues being accountable.
At the moment’s shutdown comes on the heels of yesterday’s launch of thewhich we took to be optimistic as Chevrolet had elevated the provision of Magnetic Journey Management on each base Stingrays and people ordered with the Z51 Efficiency Package deal.
Keep tuned to CorvetteBlogger for the newest Corvette manufacturing information.