Sebring Orange C8 Corvette Will Brighten Your Collection

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With production lagging in 2021, this Corvette will surely end up on the rare side.

2021 is, let’s just say, an unprecedented year, following an even more unprecedented year. In case you missed it, the pandemic hit the US hard and shut down many businesses in 2020 as well as put a strain on the automotive industry, only to be amplified by a labor shortage. This has meant Corvette production has been...well, anyone's guess from one week to the next.

The good news is, if you have a 2021 C8 Corvette, you're holding onto a guaranteed collector's car, but the bad news is, getting your hands on one hasn't been exactly easy. C8s are just now starting to pick up production, and they are trickling onto dealership lots at a slower-than-expected rate.

Chances are if a 2021 Corvette is spotted with all of these options, onlookers are turning their heads to see an example. This extraordinary example is a well-optioned 2021 year model C8 with just 20 miles on the clock. This is an awesome opportunity to own a rare Corvette and we would love to see a Motorious reader get behind the wheel of this car.

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