GM Authority is reporting that the Corvette E-Ray will be offered in right-hand drive as well as left-hand drive. So that should mean the E-Ray will be sold in Australia, New Zealand, and Japan, among other countries.
A few days ago, a 2024 Corvette E-Ray leak revealed new details about the upcoming Corvette hybrid model’s exterior and interior, including its widebody treatment, colors and wheel choices. Now, GM Authority has exclusively learned that the E-Ray will be offered in both left-hand-drive (LHD) and right-hand-drive (RHD) configurations.
The decision to offer the Chevy C8 E-Ray in both LHD and RHD will enable GM to sell the electrified sports car in various right-hand-drive markets, which could potentially include Australia, New Zealand, and Japan, among others.
This means that the E-ray will be the third C8 model, after the Stingray and Z06, to be manufactured in right-hand-drive at the GM Bowling Green plant in Kentucky, making the C8 Corvette variant more competitive and accessible in those markets. That, in turn, should result in higher levels of interest and, ultimately, sales volume.