The new eighth-generation Corvette has already earned numerous awards before the first production car for a paying customer even hits the street.
Now some of the workers who will be producing the mid-engine 2020 Stingray starting next month are already reaping rewards, too.
In fact, 57 temporary workers at the Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant in Kentucky will be changing to full-time positions that will pay them more and offer better benefits, a move that had been promised in the four-year contract reached between United Auto Workers and General Motors after a nationwide 40-day strike.
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