The sixth generation Chevrolet Camaro ends production in 2024

The sixth generation Chevrolet Camaro ends production in 2024

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general motors has been announced end of production for the sixth generation Chevrolet Camaro for 2024. Another American muscle icon is biting the dust—but Chevy says this isn’t the end of the road for the ATV as we know it; We have no idea what comes next. The final car will roll off the production line at the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in January next year.

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The Camaro’s future is still bright, according to Chevy—but it’s not fully defined. company advertiser“While we are not announcing an immediate successor today, rest assured, the Camaro will be replaced at some point in the future.” If GM goes the way of several American muscle makers, that could mean an electrified Camaro is coming, but that’s all still up in the air.

To send the car off in style, GM intends to launch a Collectors Edition package for the 2024 Camaro — but, again, specifics are yet to come. We do know, however, that Chevy will offer this package on the Camaro RS and SS, as well as on a limited number of ZL1-equipped machines.

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This shouldn’t come as a huge surprise to anyone familiar with the auto industry; In fact, we reported that The writing was on the wall for this iconic car in 2021. At the time, we read reports that there would be 2,000 Collector Edition models, and that they would be decked out in yellow. Will this be true? Time will tell – but until we get all the details, I think it’s safe to say it’s time to start a period of mourning for this generation of American muscle.

The Camaro Collector's Edition appears above - vaguely.

The Camaro Collector’s Edition appears above – vaguely.
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