Chevrolet Camaro could be axed in 2023

The current Chevrolet Camaro could be the last for a while, with a report stating the coupe and convertible will last until 2023, but won’t be renewed.


Multiple sources have told Muscle Cars and Trucks the Camaro is charted out until 2023, and then nothing.

The current sixth generation Camaro is based on the Alpha RWD platform shared with the outgoing Cadillac ATS and CTS. Their successors, the CT4 and CT5, are based on an evolution of this named A2XX.

There are no plans to put the Camaro on to A2XX.

Sales of the sixth generation Camaro have been poor, with sales slipping 25% to around 51,000 in 2018. That’s well done from the 80,000 it used to achieve during the fifth generation.

Source: Muscle Cars and Trucks




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Chevrolet Camaro could be axed in 2023