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Who makes Corvettes?
Corvette cars are produced by the Chevrolet Division of General Motors Company. Corvettes have always been made by General Motors, ever since the debut of the first car at the GM Motorama auto show.
Where is Corvette made?
From 1953 to 1954 the Corvette was constructed in Flint, Michigan, then production was moved to St. Louis, Missouri. Eventually, in 1981 Chevrolet started manufacturing the Corvette in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Since then, the Bowling Green assembly plant has been the only place where the Corvette is made.
The production site occupies 212 acres, while the plant itself occupies one million square feet (22 acres). The address of the plant is 600 Corvette Drive. Prior to creating the Corvette Stingray, the manufacturing facility underwent a reconstruction costing the company $131 million.