The Chevrolet Camaro may be replaced by an electric sedan by 2024

The Chevrolet Camaro, GM’s performance coupe, could be replaced by an electric sedan in the future, says Automotive News in a roundup of General Motors’ future models.

The existing Camaro will allegedly last until 2024, which is still good news for modern day muscle car fans. In an earlier report, it was claimed that the Camaro would last until 2026. Prior to that, there were rumours that said the model would be phased out in 2023 without a replacement.

There might be some tough years ahead for General Motors as it transitions from combustion-powered to electric vehicles. Chevy’s Silverado and GMC’s Sierra should receive EV versions as well in 2023 in addition to the Camaro’s replacement.

Apparently, the Cadillac Escalade will go electric in 2024 while the Chevrolet Malibu will join the e v bandwagon after 2025.The majority of GM’s vehicles in the US are likely to be EVs by 2035, with the exception of the heavy-duty Chevy and GMC trucks.

What are your thoughts about the Camaro being replaced by an electric saloon? Do let us know in the comments section.


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