2022 Chevy Camaro Rumors, New Concept Design.
2022 Chevy Camaro Rumors, New Concept Design – A new report of the muscle cars and trucks accused that may occur after 2023, which is currently the sixth generation ‘ Maro is scheduled to end production. The report cited “some sources ” in General Motors said the next generation of Camaro programs were suspended, with no clear future outside of 2023. The source is also thought to say the nameplate will likely get saved, meaning no more Camaro for the second time in the history of horse cars.
It was obviously not denial, but it was also not the last nail in the Camaro coffin. Going tight by future sales does seem gloomy; Delivery for the sixth-generation Camaro has fallen steadily since the 2016 introduction, with just under 51,000 finding houses in 2018. It was the lowest selling year since the Camaro was awakening in 2009, and the numbers through the first three months of 2019 were just a little better.
The ill-received 2019 facelift can be blamed for it, and for the Chevrolet credit, another facelift for 2020 brings back the more traditional look to the front of the car. Also, it should be noted that sales for the Ford Mustang dropped in recent years, although not so extreme. It would be interesting to see if Camaro sales rebounded for a model of 2020 years with a fresh face.
In speaking with a source that speaks to us on the basis of anonymity, we got a uniform message that at the moment, the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro will, in fact, be discontinued at the end of the 2022 calendar year.
With Camaro-six genes launched for 2016 years models, the end of life at 2023 will give the mainstream an eight-year-old sports car for life. According to sources, the term of seven to eight years has been a plan all this time. In other words, the sixth-gen model is always supposed to live up to 2022-2023 timeframes.
Over the last few months, GM/Chevrolet started its initial development work on the seventh generation of Camaro on the Alpha 2 platform, which is a slightly evolving version of the first Alpha-gene chassis used by the sixth-gen Camaro (the Cadillac CT5 using Alpha 2).
Our source tells us that the decision to use the A2 for the seventh-gen Camaro is a preferred decision. That’s because Alpha — no matter the generation — is regarded as the “Legacy architecture” which is not a factor in the GM plan to have the entire portfolio of vehicles ride four highly-flexible sets of vehicles by 2025.
The only GM vehicles set is able to support cars like Camaro is a VSS-R (Vehicle strategy set-Rear drive). GM plans to use VSS-R to support all future Rear-drive cars (as opposed to SUVs or trucks) with a longitudinal powertrain orientation. The problem is that VSS-R is the last GM vehicle that is set to go into production and is not scheduled to start up to 2025 calendar year on the second generation of Cadillac CT6.
In addition, reports of Muscle cars and trucks have also shown that Camaro chassis is divided by now-dead Cadillac ATS and CTS. That’s not to say the next generation of Camaro can not transition to other platforms, but the report also highlights various members of the Camaro team that GM has sent to other projects. Putting everything together, and frankly, there is a big case supporting the cancellation claim.
GM has made crystal clear that the vision for the future is electric, with zero emissions. The cars are planning to roll out the entire electric car’s assault in the next few years.
Despite the fact that very few people are buying EVs at the moment, The General is pushing full steam ahead to bring to market 20 new electric cars by 2023. In fact, we recently learned that GM has doubled the resources allotted to the initiative, such as setting the Camaro Chief Engineer, Al Oppenheiser, to lead the GM Electric Vehicle program.