Camaro Show Podcast Returns To Talk 6th Gen Camaro Cancellation

2024 Chevrolet Camaro with Collector’s Edition package. Pre-production model shown. Actual production model may vary. Available in summer 2023.

We are BACK!  We had to come back to talk all about the announcement this week by Chevrolet that the final sixth generation Camaros will come off the assembly line at the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Michigan in January 2024.  Join Chris Frezza, Jason Debler and Manny Katakis to break down all the latest news.

After nine strong model years in the market, with hundreds of thousands sold, the sixth generation Chevrolet Camaro will retire at the conclusion of model year 2024.  Why is the Camaro going away?  Is it going to come back?  Highlights of the Camaro and much more.  We missed you guys and it’s an episode we knew we had to do.  So strap in and come along for the ride.

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  1. Good listening fellas.
    So basically the enthusiast market for automobiles is extremely small now, and enthusiats are moving towards off-road vehicles, not pony/muscle cars. I think that is true.

    However, GM starved the Camaro: Safety features available only on high end trims; killed the Z/28; no ZL1 updates of any kind; price; lack of marketing, no meaningful incentives for years. Designed irrelevance. Or, as you point out, there is NO ONE championing the Camaro anymore.

    A cocktail of product doom.

    You forgot to note that GM almost threw in the towel on the C8 but it was too far along in development when the plandemic hit. How ironic now that they can’t make them fast enough.
    GM really doesn’t know what they are doing (well unless you think they are really heading all in on autonomous driving). They will most likely make the same mistakes with EV vehicles.
    Who knows, maybe in a decade we will see a hybrid 6.2 7th gen . . .

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