The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette comes with an innovative mid-engine design that delivers an exciting driving experience. MotorTrend was so impressed with the all-new Corvette, that it gave it the coveted 2020 MotorTrend Car of the Year award.
The award is reserved for models that excel in engineering excellence,
safety, the performance of the intended function, value, efficiency and advancement
in design. In particular, MotorTrend was
impressed by the interior design of the 2020 Corvette, which is both
sophisticated and practical.
The car’s cabin has comfortable seat options and a clean
layout. Plus, it maintains a quiet atmosphere, even when performing at high
levels. Another important component of this award is the overall value. The
Corvette offers high-quality materials and impressive performance, while still
having a reasonable price.
Powering the 2020 Corvette is a 6.2-liter V8 engine, which
reaches 495 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque when you opt for the Z51
Performance Package. As such, you can have thrilling drives the car. You can
also use the Driver Mode Selector to feel confident and in control on the road.
We at Vann Gannaway Chevrolet are excited for the award-winning 2020 Chevrolet Corvette to arrive. Until then, you can take the 2019 sports car model out for a test drive at our dealership.
When it comes to helping veterans, General Motors is serious. Earlier this year, Chevrolet sold two Corvettes at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. Combined, the two Corvettes fetched $2.325 million that will be donated to veterans organizations. Here at Vann Gannaway Chevrolet, we are proud to see Chevrolet doing so much to support our veterans.
The first model was a Corvette Carbon 65 Edition signed by President George W. Bush. This model was bought by John Staluppi, owner for Atlantic Automotive Group. He bought this unique model for $1.4 million. This money will be donated to Bush Center’s Military Service Initiative, which assists post-9/11 veterans and their families transition back to civilian life.
Next up on the auction block was a Corvette ZR1. This first production model was purchased by Rick Hendrick, chairman of Hendrick Automotive Group, for $925,000. The proceeds from this sale will benefit the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation. This organization supports wounded veterans.
“GM and Chevrolet are proud to honor and support the brave men and women of our armed forces,” said Steve Hill, GM vice president of U.S. sales and service. “Thanks to the generosity of two of our dealers, John Staluppi and Rick Hendrick, we will be able to offer additional support to some of our most severely wounded veterans.”
We applaud Chevy’s presence at this event. If you’d like to test drive a Corvette for yourself, simply visit us at Vann Gannaway Chevrolet.