2005 Corvette Convertible To Debut In North America At The 2004 Cleveland International Auto Show
Brent Dewar, General Manager of Chevrolet Division of General Motors, will unveil the all-new 2005 Corvette convertible, the first public viewing in North America
CLEVELAND, OHIO - The 2005 Chevrolet Corvette convertible, a member of the sixth generation of an American performance car legacy, will be unveiled March 2, 2004 at the Greater Cleveland International Auto Show by Brent Dewar, head of the Chevrolet division of General Motors. Brent Dewar will pull the cover off to reveal a completely new Corvette convertible. The Corvette convertible along with the recently introduced coupe will deliver more power, passion and precision than any previous model and will set a new standard for performance car excellence.
Following the unveiling, Tadge Juechter, assistant chief engineer for the Corvette launch team, will do a vehicle walk-around pointing out the key features of the exterior and interior, as well as the powerhouse under the hood.
Members of the Cleveland area Chevrolet dealer body and Chevrolet Corvette enthusiasts clubs will also be present to view the unveiling. The event will take place at the Chevrolet exhibit at the 2004 Greater Cleveland Auto Show. All members of the media are invited to attend.