Priced at $1,995, they were already declared as late availability for the previous model year, so chances are there are very few to none on the road right now. Chevrolet and GM, of course, are not the only carmakers experiencing supplier issues right now as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In many ways, automakers have fared better than other industries over the past year.
Very few to any employees were permanently laid off and factory shutdowns have come mostly to an end. The biggest supplier-related problem happening right now involves a major semiconductor chip shortage, which has forced some brands to temporarily shutter some factories. Without those chips, vehicles cannot be fully completed.