Remove the scarves because it is a fact that this news saddens us many, and this is according to the Muscle Cars & Trucks portal and various sources near them, mentions that the current generation of Chevrolet Camaro will be the last we see.
According to the information he mentioned was revealed in a report, the development plans for the seventh generation of this emblematic model have come to an end, so that the sixth generation would be the last to see the light in 2023.
Although the company has not taken a firm stand, it may be that this news was part of the appointment of Al Oppenheiser, head of the Camaro program, as the new head of the electric vehicle team of General Motors.
On the other hand, a statement published by the Motor Authority mentions the following:
"Although we do not take part in the speculation, we remember that our recently announced Camaro updates will arrive in the fall, this is a brand new LT1, the model will provide customers with all of our upgrades that will enhance the car and their driving experience."
The current Camaro uses the Alpha platform They also took the Cadillac ATS and CTS. Both are being discontinued and will be replaced by the Cadillac CT4 and CT5, which use an updated version of the Alpha platform, called A2XX.
After the rumors, we contacted General Motors of Mexico to get an official position on the issue, the company assured us that it is something they are working on, so this publication will be updated for having an official response.