AutoComplete: Chevrolet finally gave us a date for the midengine Corvette debut
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Well, it finally happened, Chevrolet has owned up to the fact that it's been working on a mid-engine Corvette and it's gonna be debuted in July.
Honestly, the whole mid-engine Corvette thing has been a joke for so long that we're a little shell-shocked that it actually happened, but we're pretty excited.
In camouflage, it reminds us a little of the Accra NSX And that's no bad thing.
Details are still light, but we're betting that it's going to be a riot to drive.
Polestar's second model, aptly names Polestar 2 looks great, and will likely be a serious competitor to EV's from Tesla and the German brands.
We've known since the Geneva show in March that Polestar 2 would be built in China.
But now we know that it will be built in the same factory as Chinese market XC40 SUVs from Volvo.
We expect Polestar 2 to go on sale sometime early next year as a 2021 model.
Remember all that hubbub about Finally offering the $35,000 Model 3 it's been promising since it debuted the model.
Well that's changing again.
Now if you want to get that most affordable of Model 3's you have to go into a Tesla store or order over the phone like it's 1998.
You can't order your bargain Model 3 online.
We also expect those who do try to order one to get some seriously heavy ended upsell attempts from Tesla.
Frankly, we'd like to live in a world where Tesla prices stay the same for a given production year and it didn't fluctuate like the commodities market.
But that seems unlikely to happen.
Find more on these stories over theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you Monday.
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