Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray: Customers to Be Able to Build Their Own Engines
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This requires an investment of $3.5 (€ at the current exchange rates), with the move set to take place in the first quarter of next year as part of the company’s plan to upgrades its powertrain engineering locations.
This will also bring an interesting benefit for the customers, who will be able to build their own engines once the new structure of the Performance Build Center is complete. The Bowling Green Assembly Plant has already introduyced over 150 jobs last year and should increase the workforce even further in 2013 thanks to the production of the new C7 Corvette.
“This is exciting news for the Corvette Assembly Plant and the community of Bowling Green,” plant manager Dave Tatman said. “We host thousands of guests each year, many of whom are here to see their Corvette being built. Bringing the Performance Build Center here simply adds to the thrill of purchasing a Corvette and increases satisfaction for our customers and employees.”
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