Filled everywhere American pop culture, Especially recently, in popco movies like ‘Transformers’ and ‘Fast and Furious’, The Chevrolet Camaro would have thought, in 2021 turned out to be synonymous with sales failure.
In the descending section Muscle cars (Intermediate cars manufactured in the United States with higher power and efficiency), Camaro sales fell 32.13% in the first nine months of 2021, compared to the same period last year: just 15,084 from 22,226 units.
It’s a situation, as mentioned above Muscle cars In the first nine months of 2021 the total decline in this segment was 23% – and Camaro’s historical rival Ford Mustang had the worst decline: 13.8% compared to 2020 (47,637 copies to 41,065). All data are quoted
However, what happened to the famous coupe? Surprisingly, Camaro sales have been declining year on year. 2016 was the year the glorious Sixth Generation was launched Muscle car, And Chevrolet The Classic sold 72,705 units In the United States. That number dropped to 67,940 in 2017, 50,963 next year, and finally just 29,775 in 2020 – a figure unlikely to cross this year.
After a bad sale, Camaro’s future is a mystery
The current sixth generation Camaro is in its final stages and is expected to stop production in 2023. In its final year, GM is expected to be released. Memorable version of the petrol model, With some changes to the powertrain and suspension. From there, the future of the car remains a mystery: there are rumors that the seventh generation is in operation, but the car is likely to be replaced by an electric sedan as part of its billion-dollar investment. Autonomous and battery-powered vehicles.
The first generation Chevrolet Camaro was released in 1966: first, the car was a two-door coupe, with several V8 engine options available. In 2002, GM completed production of the model, reviving it seven years later. At the present time, however, it seems that saying goodbye may be forever.
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