Camaro Tops Mustang in 2011 Sales

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The Chevrolet Camaro has won a new battle in its eternal war against the Ford Mustang, as we’ve just found out from GM’s 2011 sales figures. The Camaro managed to convince 88,249 customers last year, grabbing 37 percent of the sports car market and being followed by the Ford Mustang, with 70, 438 units, which brought the latter a market share of 29 percent.
As for the luxury segment of the sports car market, this was dominated by another Chevy, the Corvette, which gained a 28-percent market share by selling 13,614 units. It was followed by the Porsche 911, but at almost half the sales (6,016 units), with the German coupe gaining a 13 percent market share.

For this year, Chevy has prepared the range-topping Camaro ZL1, which delivers no less than 580 hp. Earlier today, we showed you what the ZL1 can do against the ‘Vette ZR1 in two clips released by Chevy.
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