A 2020 Corvette Stingray Has Wheels Stolen In Detroit Before Production Even Starts

Production for the 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette is scheduled to begin in February for customer vehicles. However, this car was found propped up on bricks at the corner of Coe Avenue and Parker Street in Detroit – about four miles from General Motors’ downtown headquarters. And it was missing a critical component…the wheels.

The 2020 Stingray has a base price of $59,995 and is available with wheel and tire package options ranging from $995 to $1,495. The owner of the car has yet to be identified.

GM has had a few incidents with the new Corvette now after the two engineers took a pair of C8s street racing in Bowling Green, Kentucky (home of the Corvette manufacturing plant). They were clocked by Kentucky state troopers going 120 mph and 100 mph, respectively, in a 45-mph zone.

With stories like this already surfacing, we can’t wait to see what happens when the general public gets their hand on their cars!