Mark Reuss, president of North American operations at General Motors, says Chevrolet Corvette enthusiasts must wait until at least 2013 before the auto maker redesigns the iconic sports car. “The current generation will continue for at least two more years, while behind the scenes work will begin to update the facility,” Reuss tells employees of the Corvette’s Bowling Green, KY, assembly plant. GM’s Bowling Green operation learns today it will get a $131 million investment from the auto ...
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