The unveiling of the new convertible will follow last month's world debut of the 2014 C7 Corvette coupe, bringing a new look and a new platform.
For now, Chevrolet has released only a stylised teaser illustration of the convertible's profile, but it's no stretch to imagine the topless performer's look.
Importantly, Chevrolet says the new convertible will deliver "the same balance of technology, design and performance" offered by its hardtop twin.
"Every Corvette is designed at the outset as an open car," Tadge Juechter, Corvette chief engineer said.
"The new Stingray is no different, with the coupe and convertible designed to excel in any situation – be it your daily commute, a drive across the continent, or charging through twisting backroads."
Chevrolet Europe boss Susan Docherty added that the Geneva show is the perfect venue to unveil the new model, describing the Corvette as a global icon for the brand.
"It's fitting to introduce the new Stingray convertible on the global stage at Geneva, because Corvette is the face of Chevrolet the world over. It is an icon that has long been recognised and admired even in countries where it's never officially been offered," Docherty said.
On that note, we shouldn't expect the Corvette to get an Australian debut - not officially, at least.
The new model is expected to be offered in left-hand-drive only, and Chevrolet has no official presence in Australia.