The National Corvette Museum is going to suspend tours of GM’s Bowling Green Assembly Plant from February five, 2024, for an unspecified quantity of time.

In an announcement created to the non-profit’s site, it mentioned that tours would be suspended “due to manufacturing advancements” at the Bowling Green internet site. That’s a rather vague statement and has prompted speculation that the pause could have one thing to do with the 2025 model year Corvette or the forthcoming Corvette ZR1.

Chevrolet is properly progressed in the improvement of the new Corvette ZR1 and a plethora of heavily camouflaged prototypes have been spotted testing in current months. The vehicle manufacturer may possibly be also creating tweaks to the Bowling Green internet site to accommodate the production of the ZR1. There’s also a great likelihood that it will quickly start off to assemble and/or set up ZR1 components at the internet site and does not want anybody to see them just before the vehicle is officially presented to the planet.

 National Corvette Museum To Halt Corvette Plant Tours From February 5

Road &amp Track speculates that the 2025 model year Corvette Stingray is also in line to get some considerable upgrades and Chevy most likely also desires to hold it away from prying eyes. In a statement issued to the publication, the museum’s media relations and marketing and advertising production manager, Mariah Hughes, mentioned there’s no set date as for when tours will recommence.

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“The National Corvette Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and not affiliated with General Motors,” she mentioned. “At this time, we do not yet have a date for plant tours to resume.”

Tours at the internet site typically final about 90 minutes and are open to anybody ages 13 and up. No cameras, phones, tablets, or other electronic devices are permitted and even though you can not snap any pictures, it is nevertheless fairly an intriguing expertise for the $50 ticket price tag.

 National Corvette Museum To Halt Corvette Plant Tours From February 5