The Chevy Camaro is targeted after 2024, but a successor is in the works

After nine years, Chevrolet is releasing the sixth generation of its muscle car but is assuring enthusiasts that “this is not the end of the Camaro story”.

The sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro will go into production in January 2024, the automaker announced today.
For its final model year, Chevy will introduce a Collection Edition, though no package details have been revealed. Chevy says the Camaro brand will live on and a successor will be announced at a later date.

Chevrolet today announced that the sixth generation Camaro will end production after the 2024 model year.

The final prototype of the vehicle is expected to roll off the production line at the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in January next year. While there is no successor behind the scenes, Chevy promises “this is not the end of the Camaro story.”

The sixth generation ran for nine years, selling 72,705 healthy units in its first full year on sale in 2016. But it could not reach the heights of the fifth generation – which hit the mark of 80,000 units in five different years – and sales have dropped to only 24,652 cars in 2022.

A special collector’s edition will arrive for the final year of the Camaro, though Chevy hasn’t given details on what it includes. For now, we only have a dark teaser.

The automaker announced that it will have “links that go back to the development of the first generation Camaro in the 1960s” and listed the original Camaro name, Panther. The package will be included on RS and SS models, as well as a limited number of ZL1 models.