The Chevrolet Camaro Ends Production In 2024, Replacement Coming Soon?

Kevin Williams
by Kevin Williams

The Camaro is dead. Long live the Camaro?

After nine years on the market, the Chevy Camaro is dead. Again. Now in its sixth generation, the sports coupe will go out of production after the 2024 model year. This is the second time this model line has died after GM canceled the sports coupe in 2002. Later, the retro-styled Camaro appeared first as a concept, made its rounds in the Transformers movies, and then offered for sale for the 2009 model year.

This isn’t totally the end, though. Chevrolet is doing up a special collectors edition of the final cars. It’s a package that will be offered on the RS, SS, and 1LE trims, and Chevrolet says it’ll reference a name used on the initial development of the first generation: Panther. Aside from that, we don’t really know much else about what the collector’s edition Camaro will entail. Chevrolet says it will reveal more details about the package, closer to the summer.

Chevrolet also says that this isn’t the end of the Camaro’s story, but also declined to announce an immediate successor this instant. It will be curious to see what Chevrolet is cooking up; will it go full EV, and use the GM Ultium platform? Will it be expanded outward into a separate brand, similar to what Ford is doing with Mustang and Bronco, and what GM is rumored to soon do with the Corvette?

Regardless, the final sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaros will roll off the assembly line in January 2024.

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Kevin Williams
Kevin Williams

Kevin has been obsessed with cars ever since he could talk. He even learned to read partially by learning and reading the makes and models on the back of cars, only fueling his obsession. Today, he is an automotive journalist and member of the Automotive Press Association. He is well-versed in electrification, hybrid cars, and vehicle maintenance.

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  • David David on Mar 26, 2023

    Hope they dont do like they did the 2007 Monte Carlo by putting on every piece of crap parts they had in stock on it.