THE Chevrolet Camaro production ended last week, with her life sixth generation of iconic pony car to reach its end. With no replacement in sight, the Camaro bid farewell to the market for now.
Modeling was her answer Chevrolet at Ford Mustang and was presented on September 1966initially using several parts of it Chevrolet Nova. The success was immediate, but the production stopped 2002 until 2010whenever the model returned to the automaker’s lineup.
Since, 13 years have passed until production is completed again. More specifically, the last unit of the pony car left the company’s factory at Lansing in Michigan, USA the previous Thursday, December 14.
The question that remains unanswered is, what the future holds for her Camaro; THE Chevrolet expressed her love for the model, saying that she has special position in the range of, referring both to economicalas well as the emotional part. So there may not be an immediate replacement or successor planned, but all indications are that the Americans they will not give it up for good.
Besides that, Mr CEO the company’s, Scott Bellstated: “Although we have not announced a successor to date, rest assured that this will not be the end of the Camaro story.” Given that the bigger rivals they will soon pass the… door of electricity, it is also possible that Camaro to follow the same path. THE Dodge has been working on it for a long time electric successor to the Chargereven presenting it Charger Daytona SRT Conceptwith which we got a first taste.
Older publication by Automotive News Europe stated that the The next Chevy Camaro will be transformed from a sport coupe to an electric sedan.
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