With its smaller dimensions, the sixth-generation Corvette will perform better sales-wise in Europe than its predecessors, a Chevrolet executive says. 2005 Chevrolet Corvette “Corvette is America’s performance car,” says Jim Campbell, marketing director-Chevrolet cars. “Our primary market is the U.S. But we do think this car could do better overseas. Historically, we’ve sold about 1,000 Corvettes in Europe on an annual basis. We see the opportunity for our performance in Europe to ...
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