The Camaro ZL1 is Back in Production

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The first customers will receive their cars within the next three weeks.

After a few weeks of hold up, GM is to renew the production and shipments of the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Chevrolet neither officially announced nor detailed any reasons for the production stoppage, which became public through emails sent to customers. However it is assumed that a software glitch was detected and in order to avoid a recall it was decided to stop shipments of the car to customers until the issue was resolved.

From a new email received by customers this week, according to Motor Authority it has emerged that production of the Camaro ZL1 was renewed and the first customers will get their cars in two to three weeks' time.

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