This week, Chevy started rolling out the 2020 Corvette. The eighth-generation Corvette is unlike any that came before it for a few key reasons.

After a delay blamed on the United Auto Workers strike late last year, Chevrolet began manufacturing the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette this week at General Motors’ plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The first new model — which sold for $3 million at a charity auction last month — rolled off the production line on February 3. 
The 2020 Corvette Stingray — the eighth generation of the sports car — is the first full redesign of the car since the C7 was unveiled in 2013. The new mid-engined model was officially announced midway through 2019, and we’ve been eagerly awaiting the first production models ever since. 
The C8 Corvette represents several firsts for the iconic sports car, some of which have been in the works for decades. Scroll down to learn what makes the latest ‘Vette so special.