Production Camaro to get a B-Pillar

According to a report on GM product guru, Bob Lutz, confirmed that the production Camaro will in fact have a B-pillar, making it a standard coupe instead of a traditional hardtop coupe. This will hold true with the Dodge Challenger as well.

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Camaro Mule caught during testing? posted this story and has pictures provided by Chris Doane & Brenda Priddy & Company

Insiders have confirmed this Middle Eastern-market Chevy Lumina SS mule with severely truncated rear doors is indeed a mule for the production Chevy Camaro that will hopefully go on sale as a 2009 model.

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The new Camaro is headed to Busch series racing


NASCAR hopes to inject new life into its Busch Series by changing the types of cars raced, beginning as early as 2009, according to multiple sources familiar with the project.

If plans go according to schedule, the next-generation Busch Series cars will be Chevrolet Camaros, Dodge Challengers, Ford Mustangs and an as-yet-to-be named Toyota model, sources said. Ford overhauled the Mustang as a 1960s-retro model in 2005, to positive critical and commercial results. Chevrolet and Dodge will release similarly retro-themed Camaros and Challengers, respectively, by the 2009 model year.

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Chevrolet Camaro convertible celebrates its European debut

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With the new HHR, Chevrolet Europe is expanding its product portfolio this fall by adding an exciting US model. At the Frankfurt Motor Show, the brand with the bow-tie logo gives a glimpse of what the further emotionalizing of the brand might look like:The Camaro convertible concept celebrates its European debut at the IAA. “The Camaro convertible concept instantly evokes an emotional response – it’s a vehicle that you want to make room for in your garage,” said Ed Welburn, GM Vice President Global Design. Ed Peper, General Manager Chevrolet USA, added: “If this Camaro convertible doesn’t make your heart beat faster, you should see either your optometrist or your cardiologist, because you have a problem.”
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New Super Vette has an official name

We've all read the proposed names for months now, Corvette SS, Sting Ray, etc. It appears the new name will bring back the ZR1 RPO designation.

While the recent announcement to rethink the SS lineup by Chevrolet had most of us thinking SS was a sure thing, this announcement makes me think they brought back the right name. Ever since we first heard of the rebirth of ZR1 in 1989, it has been synonomous with power.

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"Chevrolet's 650-horsepower Corvette, developed under the codename "Blue Devil," will be called ZR1. That badge will appear on the January 2008 Detroit show car, and on the production version set to go on sale later next year as a 2009 model. GM has been developing this car for several years, using a supercharged version of the new 6.2-liter small block V-8 used in the 2008 Corvette(pictured). GM also considered such names as Z07 and Super Sport for the ultra-low-volume car. Price will be much higher than the 505-horsepower Z06, and Chevy will continue production of that car when the ZR1 launches."

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Roush and the GMT900 Silverado

It looks like Jack Roush and team have been playing with the new Silverado...