Salvage Yard Sees First Totaled 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8
Well, it didn’t take long. The first 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 has been spotted at a salvage auction. The car is listed on Copart which is valuing the Corvette at $107,699. That’s around twice the asking price of a new base model.
While it probably won’t sell for that much, it will still most likely go for way more than it’s worth. The car is a 2LT car with the Z51 performance package.
According to the spec sheet, there are quite a few options on this vehicle including the carbon-fiber exterior trim, the Z51 magnetic ride control suspension, GT2 bucket seats, and engine bay lights.
There are no details on how exactly this car made its fate, however, The Drive ran the CarFax and found it was sold at Sunnyside Chevrolet in Elyria, Ohio on March 24 and was involved in a wreck on May 15.
With the car being located in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Corvette being manufactured in January 2020, means it’s one of the first cars off the line.
So, if you’re in the market for a C8 (that needs some work) here’s your shot!