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Holden set to sell a right-hand drive Corvette within two years

On July 19, it was confirmed by Holden that it will sell the Chevrolet Corvette sports car from as early as next year, though exact timing is yet to be determined.

It was also revealed that the new Corvette will be mid-engined for the first time. This will compete directly with supercars from Ferrari, Audi and Lamborghini.

Holden chairman and managing director Dave Buttner has said:

“The news that Corvette will now be built in right-hand drive for the first time ever – and will be exported to Australia – is hugely exciting for our team at Holden and any Australian who loves high performance cars”.


The new Corvette will get its power from a 6.2-litre V8 engine with claimed outputs of 370kW and 637Nm with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. At this stage there haven’t been reports regarding the rumoured hybrid or twin-turbo-powered versions.

It has also been confirmed that the Corvette will sport iconic Chevrolet logos and not Holden decals.

Despite its 66-year history, this new Corvette will be the first factory-made right-hand drive.

Price is yet to be confirmed; however, it has been speculated that it may fall somewhere between $100,000 and $150,000.

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