The Chevrolet Camaro has been a popular and iconic American muscle car for several decades, and its performance and features have evolved over the years with each new model. The quality of the Camaro depends on the specific model year, trim level, and individual preferences and needs of the driver.
The most popular model of the Chevrolet Camaro can vary depending on the year and market trends, but the current generation (2016-present) has been well-received and includes several popular trims such as the 1LS, 1LT, 2LT, 3LT, 1SS, 2SS, and ZL1.
Each trim level offers different features and performance upgrades, but some notable features that are available on certain models include a high-performance V8 engine, a six-speed manual or 10-speed automatic transmission, magnetic ride control suspension, Brembo brakes, Recaro sport seats, a performance data recorder, and a Bose premium sound system.
Electric cars will represent the only way
General Motors will discontinue production of the Chevrolet Camaro in its current form early next year and shift its focus towards all-electric vehicles, as CNBC reveals. While a successor or next-generation model was not announced, Chevrolet Vice President Scott Bell confirmed that this will not be the end of the Camaro’s story.
The current Camaro has had mediocre sales in a declining segment of American-made performance cars, and to commemorate its end of production in January 2024, GM will release a “collector’s edition” package on several 2024 Camaro models.
General Motors has created plenty of electric vehicles (EVs). In fact, GM has been producing EVs since the late 1990s when it released the EV1. However, the production of the EV1 was short-lived, and GM later discontinued the program. In recent years, GM has been making a renewed push toward EVs, and in 2020, it announced a $20 billion investment to accelerate the development and production of EVs. The company has also introduced several new electric models, including the Chevrolet Bolt EV.