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Past, present and future: Chevrolet Camaro

Autocar Logo By Ronan Glon of Autocar | Slide 1 of 31: Some reports suggest the current model might end production in 2023. Some others suggest it may be replaced in the GM lineup by an electric-powered coupe. Sorry for disturbing your breakfasts, V8-ers.  But change may be coming, due to declining sales; 48,266 examples were sold in 2019, against 86,567 sales in 2014.It is over 50 years since the launch of the first Chevrolet Camaro. As American as apple pie, it wasn’t always that way; the Camaro nearly went extinct during the 1970s. Join us as we explore the ups and downs of its illustrious production run, from its beginnings as a Mustang-fighter rushed to the market to the 650 hp model Chevrolet sells 50 years later:

Is the Chevrolet Camaro about to die once more?

Some reports suggest the current model might end production in 2023. Some others suggest it may be replaced in the GM lineup by an electric-powered coupe. Sorry for disturbing your breakfasts, V8-ers.  But change may be coming, due to declining sales; 48,266 examples were sold in 2019, against 86,567 sales in 2014.

It is over 50 years since the launch of the first Chevrolet Camaro. As American as apple pie, it wasn’t always that way; the Camaro nearly went extinct during the 1970s. Join us as we explore the ups and downs of its illustrious production run, from its beginnings as a Mustang-fighter rushed to the market to the 650 hp model Chevrolet sells 50 years later.

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