The Magnetic Selective Ride Control will become a standalone option.
The GM-UAW strike had a negative impact on the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette as availability of the C8 was hampered by a delay in the start of production. Not only that, but the initial model year for the mid-engined ‘Vette took another hit because of the coronavirus pandemic, forcing General Motors to stop production at the Bowling Green factory at the worst possible time considering the immense demand the sports car is enjoying. Customers can no longer order a 2020MY Corvette, so all eyes are now on the 2021MY.
Aaron Bradlee Adams, a member of the C8 Corvette Owners forum on Facebook and salesperson at Simms Chevrolet in Clio, Michigan, has stumbled upon what appear to be some of the changes that are in tow for the 2021 Corvette. The following info was sourced from the Global Connect Order WorkBench, a software that dealers use to place orders for new cars.