Chevrolet retires Camaro — for now, at least

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Car Design News looks back at the history of the Chevrolet Camaro following confirmation it will be retired in 2024

Last week, Chevrolet announced that one of its most enduring models and a symbol of American hot rodding, the Camaro, is to be retired in early 2024. The Camaro has been in production since 1966, with the exception of an eight-year hiatus in the aughts. This follows the announcement recently that the Dodge Challenger will also exit the market later this year, leaving the Ford Mustang as the sole pony car in production. 

The Camaro was…

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