Production of the Chevrolet Camaro sports car will end after the 2024 model year.
The last sixth-generation Camaro, which debuted as a 2016 model, will leave General Motors' Lansing Grand River Assembly plant in January, Chevrolet said Wednesday. There was no immediate plan to replace the Camaro, though the brand hinted at a future possibility.
"As we prepare to say goodbye to the current generation Camaro, it is difficult to overstate our gratitude to every Camaro customer, Camaro assembly line employee and race fan," Scott Bell, vice president of global Chevrolet, said in a statement. "While we are not announcing an immediate successor today, rest assured, this is not the end of Camaro's story."
Chevrolet did not elaborate. Sibling publication Automotive News has reported that a similar-sized electric vehicle — though not necessarily an electric Camaro — is expected to be built at the Lansing plant in 2026. The plant also builds the Cadillac CT4 and CT5 sedans.