The latest engine Chevrolet Corvette will not be built until September, but it was sold on Friday night for an amazing price.
The next generation of Corvette comes in 2020, will be an engine model, the first in the history of the iconic sports car.
The rights of the last of the current corvettes were auctioned for charity at the Barrett-Jackson Northeast event in Connecticut, where the high bid was $ 2.7 million.
The buyer's identity is not disclosed, but the price paid a record for a successful auction for Barrett-Jackson.  The entire amount will be donated to Steven Siller Tunnel to the Towers Foundation to build non-residential smart homes for service members who have suffered devastating work-related injuries.
An identical stand-in for the car that will be the last of the line was for example for the event. It is a black Corvette Z06 with a red trim interior, a seven-speed manual transmission and the top of the 3LZ line shift that normally costs around $ 90,000.
2020 Corvette will be revealed July 18.
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