Camaro number 5 Million leaves Oshawa Assembly

Total Camaro Production Hits 5 MILLION!

When the Camaro went on hiatus after the 2002 model year, a total of 4,774,156 Camaros had been built. This is the total production Camaros built in its four generations spanning from 1967 through 2002.

In March 2009, the Camaro returned to production marking the beginning of its 5th generation. Camaro needed only 225,844 units to hit the magic 5 Million number of total production.

Camaro's 2010 model year brought forth 129,405 units, bringing the grand total up to 4,903,561. In June 2010, production of the 2011 Camaro was underway - just 96,439 units to reach 5 Million.

Finally, on May 16, 2011, it happened! 2011 Camaro VIN sequence B9196439 roared to life at the General Motors assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario. This beautiful Black Camaro is the 5 MILLIONTH CAMARO!

Thanks to Oshawa assembly and General Motors, has the details:
  • Camaro 1LS Coupe
  • Black Exterior
  • Black cloth interior
  • 312HP 3.6L SIDI VVT V6 Engine
  • 6-speed Manual Transmission
  • Premium Camaro Floor Mats
  • Compact Spare Wheel and Tire
  • Cargo Net
  • GM Dovetail Spoiler installed
  • MSRP $24,700

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It has been delivered to a dealer just outside Lexington, Kentucky and awaits its new owner.  Congratulations to GM, Chevrolet and Team Camaro!

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Anonymous said...

Congratulations to the new owner. I wish I had one like this too. It would be pretty cool.

Mark and Nuria Take Over said...

I love the new look of the 2010 camaro a mix of the classic with the new. my first car was a 79 and i always wanted a 67. Now i wish I had one here in Spain.