We had our first look at a 2020 Chevy Corvette in October. It was a sublime feeling, as it is the first ever retractable hard corvette and the medium-powered Vette at the same time. It differs a lot from the non-convertible Corvette C8 in terms of aesthetics, but in the end it's the same sports car – only capable of retracting its roof for 16 seconds, as long as you run up to 30 miles per hour.  This video, uploaded by Drive 615 on Youtube, shows a different version of the hot Corvette.
A wrecker spotted a wrecked 2020 convertible corvette at the back of a Corvette assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky. However, this was not the original mission of the uploader, as he initially wanted to spot the Corvette C8 in Accelerate Yellow. Instead, this prototype of the C8 convertible emerged.
It is difficult to decipher what exactly happened to the destroyed prototype. However, based on the video, you can see that the airbags have been deployed, plus one of the wheels is missing. With this we can say that the roofless prototype met with an incident while doing further tests.
There are a few things we know about a topless Corvette. Chevy is considering using a canvas roof for it, but the company rejected the idea because the C7 convertible was not cool. In addition, the Corvette convertible weighs only 80 pounds heavier than the coupe version, which is quite negligible.
Production of the Corvette Convertible is scheduled to begin later this year, with right-wing versions available later. Chevrolet says the retractable version of the roof will only be $ 7,500 more than the coupe version, which should be about $ 67,000.