The Stingray Chevrolet assembly plant is in Bowling Green, Kentucky, as of June 2015. Located about 110 miles south of Louisville and situated near the National Corvette Museum, the plant has been the home of the Stingray since 1981. The public can schedule tours of the plant at BowlingGreenAssemblyPlant.com.
The Corvette Stingray plant tour areas are handicap-accessible, and free wheelchairs are available. For safety reasons, crutches, canes, sandals, strollers and children under age 7 are not allowed on the tours.
The 212-acre manufacturing site, including the 22-acre plant, underwent an upgrade costing $131 million to build the Stingray. Flint, Michigan, is the original home of the Corvette. The cars were hand-built there, beginning in 1953.