Row of new Chevrolet Camaro cars on display


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Love the Camaro for its slick styling, powerful engine, and its overall muscle car-ness? Well, here's some bad news for you. General Motors has announced that next year will be the last production year of the classic car — at least as we know it.

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But don't wave goodbye to the classic just yet. While General Motors is switching to making more EV vehicles and has not announced an EV Camaro, the company is keeping the Camaro door open a crack. “While we are not announcing an immediate successor today, rest assured, this is not the end of Camaro’s story,” Chevrolet Vice President Scott Bell said in a release.

If you are still devoted to an old-school Camaro, Chevrolet is promising a collector's edition package on several 2024 models, though the company has yet to release any details about what that might be. But if Camaro does return, it is pretty sure to have a plug-in port — General Motors has vowed to only produce electric cars by 2035.

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