Writing is on the wall for Chevrolet Camaro: report
Chevrolet sold only 29,775 Camaro last year, down over 38% from 2019, and while there are obvious reasons for this, it’s a much larger percentage than Chevy as a whole, down by 11%. The Camaro, it seems, may not be long for this world.
According to Muscle Cars & Trucks, the fate of the Camaro has already been decided, in that 2024 will be the last for the Camaro, with a limited edition “Collector’s Edition”, which will only be available in yellow and of which only 2,000 will be sold. Muscle Cars & Trucks also says 2023 will be the last year for Camaro, with a 2024 model year apparently in favor of some kind of electric vehicle.
Muscle Cars & Trucks also doesn’t say who their sources are, so take this for what it’s worth:
Here’s what’s going to happen: The Chevrolet Camaro 2024 will offer what is tentatively dubbed a âCollector’s Editionâ package, and it will be the last shipment to the sixth-generation model and the Camaro nameplate for the foreseeable future. Naturally, that means a unique badge, accents, bodywork, and a few stripes. This pack will be limited to just 2,000 units and will be available on LT, SS and ZL1 models. They will represent the last 2,000 units of Camaro production, marking a sort of finale. The price is unknown at the moment.
One more thing: the Chevrolet Camaro Collector’s Edition 2024 will only be available in yellow. Just yellow. That’s it. Yellow. Likely in homage to the Transformers Bumblebee Camaro, which helped blow the fifth-generation model onto the scene in 2010.
This is all, you know, extremely specific information for a car that is still years away, so I am both impressed with the certainty of Muscle Cars & Trucks and a little skeptical as automakers change their minds everything. the weather. It wouldn’t be surprising if Chevrolet would drop the Camaro somehow over the next few years, in other words, but it would be if it did it exactly as Muscle Cars & Trucks says it does.
I asked GM for comment, anyway, I didn’t expect them to offer anything because automakers consistently refuse to comment on “future product”, and GM has. also, although a spokesperson said that GM “is not going to engage in speculation.” âIt could be read as an insult to the Muscle Cars & Trucks reporting, or it could be GM honestly saying it has no idea what’s going to happen in 2023, which I would believe too. , you know, who among us does.