The effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the global economy and to the automotive industry are pretty evident. Several brands have already announced the closure of manufacturing plants and suspension of production, which would more likely dwindle these brands’ sales numbers at the end of this year.
One of these companies is General Motors. Together with the other two Detroit-based automakers, GM has halted its North American production amid the coronavirus outbreak.
But this isn’t stopping Chevrolet from delivering Corvette C8 units to their rightful owners. Earlier this week, the National Corvette Museum announced closure because of the mentioned pandemic, but R8C museum deliveries are still a go despite the two-week shutdown. What about the normal dealership deliveries?
Apparently, those won’t take a halt, as well, as confirmed…