Win A C8 Corvette In The GM Aftersales ‘Dream Machine’ Promotion

Win A C8 Corvette In The GM Aftersales ‘Dream Machine’ Promotion

GM Aftersales Australia and New Zealand is giving customers a chance to win a brand new C8 Corvette Stingray in the company’s ‘Dream Machine’ Promotion.

To be eligible to enter the competition, entrants must complete a logbook or Essentials Service at an authorised Certified Service outlet or be a GM Trade Parts member who purchases Holden Genuine or ACDelco parts.

The competition starts on 1 March 2022 and concludes at the end of November, with the winner drawn on 28 December 2022.

“We’re thrilled to offer GM customers the chance to win a new C8 Corvette Stingray and I can’t wait to have the privilege of handing the lucky winner the keys of this mid-engine marvel,” said Paul Rietveld, Director Aftersales, GM Australia and New Zealand.

“The ‘Dream Machine’ competition reflects GM’s desire to instil confidence for our customers and a commitment to the Holden Certified Service Network by offering one of the most desirable new sports cars on the planet as the prize.

“With more than a million Holden vehicles still on the road, we’re taking this opportunity to remind all Holden owners that the best place to maintain their Holden is at one of 200-plus Certified Service Centres in Australia and New Zealand.

“We want to harness the passion and excitement associated with the all-new right-hand-drive C8 Corvette Stingray and incorporate it into our 2022 promotion. We can’t wait to draw the lucky winner and present them with this incredible prize,” Rietveld said.

Available for the first time as a factory-manufactured right-hand drive car, the new Corvette has started to arrive in Australia and New Zealand. GM Aftersales brand ambassador and racing driver, Craig Lowndes, drove a C8 Corvette at The Bend race circuit in South Australia last year, describing it as “a phenomenal experience”.

“I can attest to the hype that surrounds this supercar. It’s going to be the perfect addition to the winner’s garage,” the three-times Supercars champion and seven-times Bathurst winner said.

The competition’s full list of terms and conditions are available at the Holden website.