The bad news just keeps piling up for Camaro fans.
The bad news is they expect to sucker someone into paying for the ugly looking thing. To guote the article "Then again, with an MSRP of $71,295, customers are certainly paying for it." For real, this ugly mug probably only cost a few grand more than the V6 car when you look at true production costs. Exclusivety costs, yes, but I imagine for the people the muscle cars were originally built for, these things from GM, Ford, and Dodge are pretty much a non starter. Maybe in the sunny south where you could use it all year, but a large part of the population live where winter and road salt exists and these things become garage queens for 6 months of the year and the winter beater takes over. Oh well
I have yet to see a Z28 on the street. I see at least two Hellcats a week. And I've seen them driven in the winter.
The Future of Camaro, Mustang, and Challenger: What We Know
Automobile Magazine Todd Lassa 3 hrs ago
OK so let's sumarize the article, Ford has a plan that might work out, Dodge has a stable platform only because the Fiat side of the company can't agree on anything and the rest of the company has left it alone, and GM is letting their accountants design the Camaro out of business to finance a Corvette that will sell a few units. So one has a solid business plan, one by luck hasn't yet been able to mess with a good thing, and one may be looking for a handout again.
Next Generation Camaro Delayed, Not Cancelled
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