Chevy has stated that manufacture of the sixth-generation Camaro would end in January 2024. Chevrolet will release a Collector’s Edition for the final production year, but information about it is still scarce. Chevy has promised that the Camaro brand would continue and that a new model carrying the moniker will be introduced in the near future. Production of the sixth-generation Camaro will end after the 2024 model year, Chevy confirmed today. In January of 2019, the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant will produce its final muscle vehicle. Chevrolet has stated that while there is no obvious replacement in the works, “this is not the end of Camaro’s tale.” The sixth generation was in production for nine years, with 2016 being the first full year of sale for the vehicle. However, it was unable to replicate the success of the previous generation, which sold over 80,000 units in five separate years, and saw sales fall to 24,652 units in 2022. Chevy hasn’t revealed the specifics of the Collector’s Edition that will be released for the Camaro’s final model year. The only thing we have so far is a mysterious glimpse into the future. The company did say that it will be “tied to the development of the first generation Camaro in the ’60s,” making mention of the Panther codename for the original Camaro. RS and SS versions, as well as a small quantity of the ZL1 variant, will be equipped with the package. After 2023, when the Dodge Challenger also dies, just the Ford Mustang will remain among the American muscle cars. We anticipate that whatever Chevrolet concocts to wear the Camaro badge next will feature some type of electrification, but Dodge has promised an electric competition based on the Charger Daytona SRT concept. Things are about to shift dramatically in the muscle car industry. Content was retrieved from a poll and used here. In some cases, you can find the same material on their website in a different format, while in others, you can discover even more details. Caleb Miller started writing automotive blogs when he was 13 years old, and after graduating from Carnegie Mellon University, he finally got to work for the vehicle magazine of his dreams, Car and Driver. He is a huge admirer of motorsports and dreams of owning a Nissan S-Cargo or some other strange specialty vehicle. Post navigation It’s possible that Ford will release a street-legal version of the GT3 race car. Ford’s electric vehicle division will post a $3 billion loss this year despite increasing sales.