Chevrolet has just released its final statistics for the 2019 model year Corvette. According to the National Corvette Museum, the total volume came in at 34,822 Corvettes produced. Of that total, 39.3% were Stingrays, 32.3% were Grand Sports, 19.9% were Z06s and 8.5% were ZR1s.
According to the official Chevrolet count, automatic transmissions were once again favored over manuals at 77.6% or 27,017 cars. Coupes outsold convertibles both overall (84.0%) and also within each model type.
The exterior color breakdown was as follows (sorted by volume): Arctic White (6,789); Black (6,164); Torch Red (4,848); Sebring Orange (2,980); Dark Shadow Gray (2,519); Long Beach Red (2,397); Elkhart Lake Blue (2,166); Blade Silver (1,844); Ceramic Matrix Gray (1,581); Watkins Glen Gray (1,415); Corvette Racing Yellow (1,291); and Admiral Blue (828).
In addition to being the totals for the 2019 model year, these statistics will be the last ever released for a C7 (seventh generation) Corvette as the new C8 Corvette is just beginning to show up at car events and Chevrolet dealerships.