Chevrolet To Quit Producing the Camaro in January

Chase Elliott in his Camaro

DETROIT, MI – RIS – It’s been rumored for some time, but this week Chevrolet made the announcement that they will longer manufacture the Camaro in 2024.  This means the car they both run in the Nascar Cup and Xfinity series will not be eligible to compete.

“While we are not announcing an immediate successor today, rest assured, this is not the end of Camaro’s story,” Scott Bell, vice president of Chevrolet, said in a statement.

The current sixth-generation Camaro, introduced in 2016, has done well on the racetrack, but sales have been tailing off in recent years. When the current generation Camaro came out in 2016, Chevrolet sold 72,705 of them. But by the end of 2021 that number fell almost 70% to 21,893. It rebounded a bit last year to 24,652.

GM said last of the 2024 model year of the cars will come off the assembly line in Lansing, Michigan, in January.

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Volume 2023, Issue 3, Posted 11:53 AM, 03.25.2023