Return of the Living Dead: Chevrolet Camaro Digitally Revived for the 2025 Model Year

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Chevrolet will pull the plug on the current Camaro at the end of the 2024 model year. The last car will roll off the line at the Lansing facility in Michigan in January 2024, thus marking the end of an era.
But the bowtie brand's muscle car is not going away without a bang. You see, the manufacturer is sending it off with the Collector's Edition, which is available on the LT/RS, LT1, SS, and ZL1 trim levels.

Some of the highlights include the Panther Black Metallic paint finish, Satin Black stripes, 20-inch alloys with a Satin Black look, bespoke front fender badging, an apron sourced from the 1LE package, and a rear spoiler coming from the ZL1 pack. The updates are more modes on the inside, where it has a special logo on the steering wheel and bespoke floor mats.

One might be wondering what lies on the horizon for the Chevrolet Camaro. Some believe the moniker might return as a sub-brand featuring a crossover, among others, whereas others think it will come back from the dead as a battery-electric muscle car. The latter was also hinted by Chevy's parent company, General Motors, which said that coupes based on the Ultium platform, which is dedicated to electric vehicles, are in the works, in addition to sedans, hatchbacks, and trucks.

As a result, it appears the future of the Camaro will be electric, just like that of Dodge's muscle car. In fact, the only remaining pony model that was recently brought into a new generation and still retains gasoline-fed engines, including the mighty V8, is the Ford Mustang. The Blue Oval's model is in the seventh generation, and deliveries kicked off earlier this year.

Now, it is obvious that it will be a sad day for the entire automotive industry when the last Camaro rolls off the line three months from today. But as we already told you, it is likely to be revived. After all, Chevrolet has had close ties with this moniker since the 1960s and has always been an important model for the brand. Thus, we don't think they will simply let it die.

We're not the only ones who hope Chevy might keep it alive a bit more, perhaps with a mild makeover and punchier powertrains, as such a model was recently imagined by a.c.g_design. The rendering artist took to social media to share a few renderings of a modified version of the Camaro, which features a few tweaks here and there while retaining the original design of the latest (and hopefully not final) iteration. Overall, we could support such a vehicle if it were to be approved for production, and we think you would, too, wouldn't you?

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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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