People really, really care about the Chevrolet Corvette. Not only the new one because it has aand all that but through history. It's not called for nothing.
That's why we were pretty psyched when Chevrolet announced its plan to livestream the entire information event on Monday so you don't have to be at the California event to see it. The Corvette is a car of the people and it must be the people who get to see it right next to us, also for fancy-for-our-britches car journalists. Right? Right.
"There is a huge contingent of Corvette fans around the world waiting to be revealed by Next Generation," said Barry Engle, Executive VP and GM President in America. "We are happy to give these fans and all sports car enthusiasts a way to see and learn about the vehicle at the same time as those who attend California."
The Life Stream, scheduled for July 1
Specific dates and places of the trip are expected to be announced the day after the car's official debut.