Chevrolet built more 2016 model year Corvettes than they did for the 2015 model year.
The official tally for the 2016 model year is 40,689 according to the National Corvette Museum. The number is up almost 19 percent over 2015 numbers – with Chevy building more than 6,000 more ‘Vettes this year over last.
2016 Corvette Production Highlights
2016 Corvette Colors
In terms of colors, there were quite a few of them to go around. In the popularity contest, Arctic White won, followed by Black and Torch Red.
Arctic White (21% or 8,368 cars)
Black (17% or 6,950 cars)
Torch Red (15% or 6,112 cars)
Shark Gray (12% or 5,044 cars)
Laguna Blue (9% or 3,585 cars)
Long Beach Red (8% or 3,224 cars)
Corvette Racing Yellow (7% or 2,715)
Blade Silver (6% or 2,555 cars)
Daytona Sunrise Orange (2% or 965 cars)
Night Race Blue (2% or 835 cars)
Admiral Blue – only available late in model year (1% or 336 cars)
For a look at all of the numbers, check out the complete 2016 Corvette production breakdown here.