Chevrolet has closed the books on the 2011 model year, and things are better than we expected - the fear has been that 2011 would see the lowest production of Corvettes in 50 years, but we're several thousand cars over that mark. Additionally, dealers have been clearing inventory of 2009 and 2010 Corvettes left over from the sharpest years of the recession.
Bowling Green produced a total of 13,596 Corvettes for 2011, and I am optimistic that 2012 will be even better. The economy is slowly improving, the 2012 Corvette will continue the great quality and performance of the C6 line, and 2012 may be among the last years of the C6. So if you want to own a brand new C6, you'd best get out your checkbook.