And the 2016 Camaro hasn't even launched yet.
We’re just over a month away from the official debut of the all-new, sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro. May 16 is the official reveal date and Chevy is apparently planning quite a show. In the meantime, sales of is biggest rival, the also redesigned Ford Mustang, have been quite solid. As with the outgoing model, Chevy intends for its replacement to continue outselling the Mustang once production and sales are fully underway. In fact, the smack talk has already begun.
None other than GM VP of Global Product, Mark Reuss, is the one already predicting the new Camaro will be the better of the two pony cars. Speaking to Fox News at the New York Auto Show, Reuss stated that he’s "very confident" the '16 Camaro is superior. In fact, he said he’d just driven both back-to-back, and is sure the new Camaro is "more efficient, faster and better handling than the Mustang." We’ll have our answer soon enough.