Almost time to say goodbye.
This Saturday, May 16, is when Chevrolet will unveil its all-new sixth generation Camaro. It’ll be a huge day for sure, but we’ll also be somewhat sad because it’ll mark the beginning of the end for the current Camaro. Since it launched in 2009, the fifth-gen Camaro has been a phenomenal success for Chevy with more than 480,000 units sold. But that will soon come to an end because General Motors has just announced that production of the outgoing Camaro will end on November 20, 2015 at the Oshawa Assembly facility in Ontario, Canada.
Production of the new Camaro will take place at GM’s Lansing Grand River assembly plant in Michigan. Yes, this means that both fifth- and sixth-gen cars will probably be built at the same time for a short while. So if you love the current Camaro, buy now because you’ll likely get an awesome deal. In the meantime, get ready for this weekend. It's not everyday an all-new Camaro is launched.