Over Half of All Premium Sports Cars
Sold In Q2 2023 Were C8 Corvettes
Sales of the C8 Corvette in the US market reached a total of 9,125 cars in Q2 2023. This was an increase of about 6 percent compared to 8,630 units sold in Q2 2022. For comparison, Porsche sold 3,140 911’s and 1,152 718’s (Cayman/Boxster) taking the 2nd and 3rd spots respectively. 4th and 5th place was held by Mercedes-Benz AMG SL-Class 1,083 cars sold and the AMG GT with 711 cars sold.
Those five models from the three marques represented the majority of sales in the premium sports car segment since the remaining half of the field accounted for less than 800 cars sold combined.
The C8 was also exported to Canada (721 cars sold in Q2 2023), Mexico (18 cars sold), and Brazil (20 cars sold).
As evidenced by the data, the Corvette continues to impress.
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I bought my C7 from Corvette Mike Anaheim last year, great car! Here’s a photo from my road trip to Vegas.
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This Monza Red Convertible is a truly special car. Somehow, it managed to survive 53 years in pristine, original condition, having only been driven 19k miles since it rolled out of St. Louis! One of the previous owners is a very good client of ours and a renown collector. He was the car’s caretaker for 35 years and Corvette Mike maintained it for him! The paint is very shiny, the interior shows little wear, the soft top still looks great, and it runs just like a 19k mile Corvette should, excellent! Options include the #’s matching LS5 engine, mated to an M21 close ratio 4-speed manual transmission, am/fm radio, power brakes, power steering, power windows and luggage rack. She’s just waiting for the next caretaker to drive her home!
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This ’66 features a great-looking Rally Red exterior complemented by a Black interior and Black soft top. What’s under the hood is a N.O.M. big block displacing 396ci, backed by a 4-spd. manual transmission. It also happens to be a great driver! And that’s really what it’s all about, isn’t it?
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