Future Chevrolet Camaro

navigator89navigator89 Member Posts: 1,080
edited April 2014 in Chevrolet
Chevrolet killed the Camaro in 2002. For 2006 they've unveiled a pretty good looking concept, for the most part.

They haven't confirmed it will be going into production, but I think it is very likely considering that Ford already has the Mustang and the new GT500, and Dodge has just unveiled a Challenger that will most definitely make production.

The Camaro's concept got plenty of power, 6 speed manual with small block V8 putting out 400hp.

The interior looks pretty retro overall but some design elements probably wont make production.

I like the looks of this car but I've been hearing some talk about smoothing out the grille and other modifications to the design. I like it yet I like the Challenger and Mustang more.

Overall I'd say this is a very solid effort from Chevy. This car could really spark interest in Chevrolet proving that they can build exciting cars every now and then.

Check these out.

Camaro pictures and information.

Camaro unveiling video.

The first photos.

More pictures.

Let the muscle car wars begin!
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  • chris65amgchris65amg Member Posts: 372
    Chevy couldn't stay out of it for too long. This Camaro looks like it's worth waiting for. It looks like it'll blow the doors off of the Mustang....
  • bobbie3bobbie3 Member Posts: 1
    Although I think this Camaro needs a couple of modifications,it's gonna be HOT -no matter what!!!!!!
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    "It looks like it'll blow the doors off of the Mustang...."

    Styling (with the exception of the nose) looks 'right' to my eyes.

    But I see NO WAY that GM can build this car, with an aluminum 400hp LS2, IRS, and 6M for less than $30k.

    What killed the last F-bodies was NOT a lack of performance. Partly what killed them was the cost. GM would do fine with their 5.3l V8 as the 'standard' V8 and a 5M to keep the base V8 cost at around $25-26k.

    Leave the LS2 for a future SS edition. And maybe some enterprising 'Yenko' type dealer can talk GM into a few Z06 editions....
  • navigator89navigator89 Member Posts: 1,080
    Well obviously they can't sell it that cheap. Maybe $35K. But the new Challenger isn't going to be cheap either. I've heard speculation hovering around the $35K mark, because that is the base price for a SRT8 Charger which has the same 425 HEMI. Some are saying a fully loaded Challenger could be upto $40K.

    But I dont think price will stop die hard Camaro fans. ;)

    I guess at the end of the day the Mustang stands out as the real value, albeit with less power, only 300hp for less than $30K. But even it's 450hp cousin the GT500 will be $40K.

    Essentially there is no way for the Big 3 to sell +400hp muscle cars at $30K. The Mustang has 300hp so that's why it's cheap.
  • irgirg Member Posts: 197
    "But I dont think price will stop die hard Camaro fans." Maybe the ultimate fans, but not nearly enough to be profitable for GM, and at the end of the day, profit is what it is all about.

    It's my opinion, but there will be very few people who will pay $35k for a 2 door rwd v-8 coupe. Don't get me wrong, I love the concept, but the reality is, not many people who can afford this, will buy it. It is a niche vehicle, and when the price spars past $30k, it becomes even more of a niche. Now around $22k - $26k, then you have a lot more potential buyers.

    I agree with Rorr, put in the 5.3, and leave the 6.0 for future models or Yenko tuners. I think the 3.9 with a turbo or supercharge would also be a viable alternative.

    No matter what, Camaro's have always been about performance and value, and they are not mutually exclusive. If the Camro can't compete price wise with the 300 hp Mustang, that extra 100 hp may make it faster, but it will lose a lot in sales.

    If they want to get an edge, make an awd Camaro. Those of us in the snow belt would really be interested then. True, that goes against the original, but so do airbags, and ABS and most of us (I know not all) believe those are important items to have too. I think the IRS is a good move on their part, but I would rather less and not have it - or have the option if that was possible. Lack of an IRS doesn't seem to be hurting Mustang sales I don't think.
  • jonpnjjonpnj Member Posts: 52
    If that comes to production, it will give the Mustang a run for its money. I think it is much nicer looking. I wouldn't mine owning one!!
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    First of all, welcome to Edmunds. But there's no need to be rude just to stir the pudding.

    Second, who in the heck is Mike from Scarborough? If you want to reply to someone, there's a nice little 'reply' option next to each post. It works great and can cut down on the confusion.

    Third, I'll agree that for the last few years, the Mustang certainly hasn't been in the same ball park (ie. graveyard of failed models). And for several years prior to that, it certainly wasn't in the same low-selling ballpark as the Camaro (more than double Camaro/Firebird sales combined). I'm fairly certain FoMoCo didn't want to be in that particular ball park.

    But even if you only look at performance, the Mustang has been pretty much in the same ballpark as the Camaro for most of their history which is one reason why the rivalry has been so entertaining for nearly 40 years.

    And fourth, I think it's just a tad bit early to start comparing the two since all we've seen to this point on the Camaro is a concept. We have no idea if the LS2, 6sp, IRS, etc. will actually make production and, if they do, where the MSRP might be.

    Which brings me to a question for the forum: can the Camaro compete with the Mustang on roughly equal performance footing (approx. 300hp/5sp manual in a 3500lb package for a base of $25k) OR must the Camaro offer superior performance to sell in large numbers?

    The reason I ask is because the previous generation F-bodies had superior performance but there was a price to be paid; either in a higher MSRP or perceived reliability/quality issues, insurance cost, etc. Does GM run the risk of deja vu all over again if they go for the big 6.0l guns right out of the box?
  • bottgersbottgers Member Posts: 2,030
    Back in the muscle car era, you didn't have to be rich to drive a Mustang, Camaro, or a Challenger, even if they had the big engines in them. All 3 of these cars should be priced under $30K or they just aren't going to sell in large enough numbers to make it worthwhile for their companies to build them.
  • twaintwain Member Posts: 185
    All 3 of these cars should be priced under $30K or they just aren't going to sell in large enough numbers to make it worthwhile for their companies to build them.
    --------------------------------------------

    I agree but I think the base price needs to be under 25k. 30k is still too much for the young guys who would love these cars. Under 25k means a smaller, lighter body and a smaller engine. A sharp looking coupe with 250hp that weighed under 3000lbs could be a lot of fun. The price would be lower, the mileage would be better, the insurance would be lower. Makes a lot more sense to me than a 3800lb car with 400hp that costs 35k.
  • navigator89navigator89 Member Posts: 1,080
    This should satisfy all those wanting the Camaro to be affordable and come with a V6.
  • navigator89navigator89 Member Posts: 1,080
    Camaro to come sooner? ZO6 engine a possibility?
  • bottgersbottgers Member Posts: 2,030
    I didn't explain myself very well. Back in the day (1980's) you could buy many cars with all the go-fast goodies without having to buy the car in the top-of-the-line trim level. For example, you could buy a Mustang LX with all the same driveline and suspension equipment as the GT, without having to pay the extra money for all the bells and whistles of the GT. The result was a car that was just as fast (sometimes even faster) and handled just as well as a GT for thousands less $$$. Camaros and Regals could be had the same way. I had both an LX 5.0 and a Turbo Regal (both very fast cars!) This is what they need to do with these modern day muscle cars. They could offer an "RS" (if you will) model of the Camaro with all the performance stuff of a completely optioned out Camaro, but for $7K-$8K less. This would probably put a 400 HP Camaro priced in the low 20's. Tell me you wouldn't have to put your name on a waiting list to get one of those! Same thing with the new Challengers. They wouldn't be able to build them fast enough!
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    Well, I had one of those LX5.0 Mustangs ('93 model - geez, that was a fun little car), but I don't think you'll see anything like that anytime soon on the current Mustang, or on a new Camaro.

    And you hinted at the REASON you won't see this anytime soon in your own post.

    Demand.

    If Ford dealers are able to get MSRP (or perhaps more) on virtually EVERY stinkin' Mustang GT they can lay their hands on, why should Ford even CONSIDER offering a stripped version with JUST the go-fast goodies? Wouldn't it be in their financial best interest (since they sell virtually as fast as the factory can crank them out) to sell higher profit GT models vs. a modern LX version?

    Same goes for the Camaro: IF (and this is a big if), they can sell every loaded Z28 edition they can possibly build, why reduce their profit by offering a stripped RS model? Why not wait until the demand has cooled, and then offer the stripped models with the big motor to spur sales?

    In other words, I love the concept of stipped models with all the REAL go-fast goodies, but I wouldn't expect to see such an animal for several years after introduction.
  • bottgersbottgers Member Posts: 2,030
    That's what I'm saying. GM and Chrysler aren't going to be selling the Camaros and Challengers like hot cakes if they end up pricing them at $30K or more. It's gonna be the F-Bodies all over again. These cars will end up sitting on the lots until the dealers discount them enough to sell them. Why not make them available both ways so those who want either can have it their way? If the big 3 want to dig themselves out of the finacial quandry they've gotten themselves into, they're going to have to realize they need to give Joe public what they want, and quit trying to force what they want to give us down our throats.
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    "GM and Chrysler aren't going to be selling the Camaros and Challengers like hot cakes if they end up pricing them at $30K or more."

    Don't know about the Challenger and the ability to sell at over $30k. I don't think Chrysler intends to move NEARLY as many units as Ford (or even GM) so the $30k base price level may not be a killer. Plus, for some reason I've never really figured out the Mopar nuts out there; who knows what they'd be willing to spend... :P :confuse:

    Agree on the Camaro. GM needs to get this car to market for a base of $25-26k for the V8 version. Which is why IMO the LS2 will drop by the wayside somewhere between the concept version and the production version. Too pricey and the car should be quick enough with 'only' 300hp from their 5.3l V8.

    Can someone explain to me why GM NEEDS a 100hp advantage in order to be competitive with Ford?
  • bottgersbottgers Member Posts: 2,030
    ...so much more expensive? I see no reason the Camaro couldn't be sold WITH the LS2 for around $25K.
  • navigator89navigator89 Member Posts: 1,080
    so here's something to revive this thread. The Making of the Camaro Concept.

    Camaro
  • kyslammkyslamm Member Posts: 1
    I have a couple of camaro's that I have done some extra work to and all I can say is when my wife told me about the 2009 concept camaro I had to look it up and being a camaro person all I can say is let me know when I can buy his and hers car's of this awesome camaro... Being in the late 30's I can say this car is awesome as long there is not a wimpy V6 in it....
  • drfilldrfill Member Posts: 2,484
    An optional 5.3-liter V8 would be offered in all models, and a six-speed automatic would be the standard transmission across the board, according to vendors who are familiar with the program.

    We've found our deal-killer!

    I knew I'd never buy aChevy! Iknew it, I knew it.......

    DrFill
  • shiposhipo Member Posts: 9,148
    "...and a six-speed..." So far, so good. "...automatic..." Say what? Yeesh, I'm thinking that the folks at GM deserve their destiny. :-/

    Best Regards,
    Shipo
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    "...automatic would be the standard transmission..."

    Yes, and an automatic is the standard transmission in the GTO. A manual is still available for the GTO.

    Any word on if a manual would be AVAILABLE on the Camaro?
  • rabidporcupinerabidporcupine Member Posts: 7
    Can someone explain to me why GM NEEDS a 100hp advantage in order to be competitive with Ford?

    One doesn't start a war with mediocrity.
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    "One doesn't start a war with mediocrity."

    So you admit that the Camaro would be mediocre with 300hp?
  • drfilldrfill Member Posts: 2,484
    I like the 'Vette! :)

    But I LOVE the Camaro Concept! :shades:

    Why buy a 'Vette for $45k when you have a hotter, cheaper version for $25k, with the same power?

    DrFill
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    "Why buy a 'Vette for $45k when you have a hotter, cheaper version for $25k, with the same power?"

    That would be awesome. I find it a bit unrealistic to expect GM to bring a new Camaro to market with a 6sp manual, all aluminum LS2, and an IRS for $25k......
  • rabidporcupinerabidporcupine Member Posts: 7
    So you admit that the Camaro would be mediocre with 300hp?

    yes
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    me: "So you admit that the Camaro would be mediocre with 300hp?"

    you: "yes"

    me: Why? The previous generation started with around 275hp in the Z28 and peaked at around 305hp or 310hp for the Z28. And the performance of the Z28 soundly spanked the Mustang of the day. Were those Camaros mediocre? Certainly not from a performance standpoint, yet the Mustang KILLED the F-bodies in sales.

    Why should this be? Are you saying that Americans are naturally attracted to mediocre cars? That would be one perspective. Another would be that some folks don't spend their life in one stoplight duel after another and want general day-to-day livibility out of their cars as well.

    Let's assume that GM finds a way to put the LS2 in a new Z28 and bring the car to market for the mid-upper $20's (say....$27.5k). Do you think they can actually DO this and not cut costs/corners in the car? What do you think happens to insurance rates with 400hp available in a sub-$30k car? How would the new Camaro avoid the same thing that killed the old Camaro?

    Ford has shown (and GM should learn) that performance, and performance ALONE, does not necessarily lead to a sales success. If GM can find a way for the car to be a success with performance SIMILAR to the Mustang, then they can re-introduce the SS version with the LS2.
  • john_in_ncjohn_in_nc Member Posts: 1
    After owning 3 camaros and 2 firebirds I love the exterior looks of this car. Not thrilled with the interior though. If they could keep it low profile and get it to run AWD this car would be awesome. If RWD there will be no way to get the traction to the ground as they have always been very front heavy. I kinda like the digital dash look from the 84-87 Corvettes. But I see they are going with this 69 theme but would be nice if you could opt for a digital dash option.

    I think this car is coming out too late, I am afraid that in 09 gas will be $5/gal and many will not be looking at V8's for a daily drive cars. Think they need to come out with a 6 cylinder DOHC as a base engine.
  • m1miatam1miata Member Posts: 4,556
    The New Camaro, in my opinion, should have the 3.6 V6 available in the CTS as the base engine. Weight should not exceed 3,300#, using weight saving methods, and scaling down the size. This show car is too wide to fit in my home town streets. Make the new Camaro a sports car instead of an overweight car with a monster engine. Gas is not going to be getting cheaper, the V6 is lighter and 50/50 weight distribution is easier to do. Keep the cost low in the range of $21K, with options to pump up the bling-bling to a $28K car if need be to satisfy those badly needing fluff. And the V8 engine could be 300HP, and the car faster than the Stang due to lighter weight and better transmission.

    I know the dream ends and now I fall out of bed.

    I may never own a GM car again. It would take a lot of things coming together. First and foremost the company has to survive, then the car has to make sense to buy. Maybe a used Corvette -- kinda a specialty GM car. Hard to believe it is a Chevy for some reason. Most of those seem only to come to mind when thinking of rental cars, or bargain transportation. Anyway, a sports car Camaro, might be something to consider, in the third year of production.

    Loren
    P.S. A 2,800# or less Camaro would be just awesome.
  • rabidporcupinerabidporcupine Member Posts: 7
    Mr Rorr, I'm not really interested in bean counting arguements. How do you feel about the prospect of factory 427 Camaros running around on the streets again? Are you even more opposed?
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    "Mr Rorr, I'm not really interested in bean counting arguements. How do you feel about the prospect of factory 427 Camaros running around on the streets again? Are you even more opposed?"

    Gee, that sounds like fun.

    Hey, while we're dreaming let's just wish that GM would drop a 540 crate motor into these things and offer them for $19,995.

    You may want to direct your bean counting ire to GM. I'm simply trying to talk, rationally, about what (IMO) GM needs to offer in the car AND STILL SELL LOTS OF UNITS FOR A PROFIT. You are aware that GM (particularly at this stage) must actually sell units for a profit?

    You never really answered my implied question: why would a 300 hp Camaro be mediocre? If the Mustang GT offered 400hp, would a 400hp Camaro be mediocre?
  • exalteddragon1exalteddragon1 Member Posts: 735
    around 20K base. You used to be able to get a V8 for 22K.

    Look, here is the deal...

    They should be able to have the 240hp V6 in the base model for around 20 - 25K. Then they can have 1 or 2 V8's. 1 V8 for 25-30K and the 6.0L for 30 - 35.
  • rabidporcupinerabidporcupine Member Posts: 7
    What's the purpose of injecting a gen6 into this?

    Dreaming? What are you talking about? 1 out of every 6 Corvettes coming off the line has the LS7.

    If you've ever built any engines, you know a 300 horse sb Chevy is a compromise. 400 n/a from a 280ci Mustang is quite a feat. I sympathize with anyone trying to do it.
  • drfilldrfill Member Posts: 2,484
    And the aforementioned 3.6 with around 260HP for around $24k.

    It may be pricier than Mustang, but the engines will be stronger, and the body much sexier.

    Keeping it under 3500lbs for the V8 would be nice.

    DrFill
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    "1 out of every 6 Corvettes coming off the line has the LS7."

    I had no idea Z06 production was so high. Is that the permanent target ratio or is that a temporary measure until they catch up with Z06 demand? BTW-what's the purpose of injecting the LS7 into this?

    A 300hp sb Chevy is a compromise? All engines are a compromise. You could probably build a 600hp sb Chevy; is anything less a compromise?

    Yes 400hp from a n/a 4.6l Ford would be a substantial feat. Of course, Ford has a 400hp n/a 5.0l crate motor version of the 4.6 available.

    You still haven't answered my question: why is the concept of a 300hp Camaro mediocre? Is your ONLY yardstick the hp level of the Mustang?
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  • rabidporcupinerabidporcupine Member Posts: 7
    Thank you Kirstie. That's a good idea.

    The Z-11 Impala, the ZL-1 Camaro, and the LS7 Corvette all have 427s from completely different engine families. A previous poster may have already pointed out a comment from Mr Lutz where he's referring to putting 500 horses in the new car. That's a reference to using the LS7, not something from the mkIV/Gen-5/Gen-6 family.
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    Hostility? Not my intent. Should you or rabidporcupine feel I've been hostile, I apologize.

    Challenging? Perhaps.

    It's been stated a 300hp Camaro would be mediocre. I'd like to know on what basis. Is anyone obligated to respond? Nope.

    If (and I say if) I stated a 400hp Camaro would be overkill and stupid on GM's part, I'm sure I'd be asked why I felt that way. And I would recognize that some opinions can't simply exist in a vacuum and deserve to be questioned.

    Personally, I think GM should design a Camaro which can compete with the Mustang on the basis of style, quality, usability, and performance at a competitive price. I'm afraid that IF they concentrate too much on one particular area (performance), they could short change the car in other areas in an effort to meet a price point. For many long-time Camaro fans, this may be a non-issue. Performance and performance ALONE is what counts. I'm afraid that if GM does this, they'll end up with a rerun of the last generation Camaro: a car that killed the Mustang in 0-60, 1/4 mile, and no where else.

    And when someone makes a flat, bald statement that a 300hp Camaro would be 'mediocre' I get the impression they want GM to keep doing again and again and again what they've always tried to do with the Camaro and somehow expect a different result (sales success).

    My lineup would look like this:

    A base model (V6 around 240hp) for $20-25k
    A base Z28 model (5.3l V8 with around 300hp) for $25-30k
    An upmarket SS model (LS2 with 400hp) for $32-37k

    Have convertible versions available for each model with a $3k premium. I don't care what transmission is 'standard' so long as a manual (5sp in V6 editions and 6sp in V8's) is available priced around $1k less than the automatics.
  • drfilldrfill Member Posts: 2,484
    Did the Camaro SS ever offer MORE power than the Corvette?

    I would be surprised if it did.

    DrFill
  • rabidporcupinerabidporcupine Member Posts: 7
    From what I understand, it's political. Corvette owners feel if they are going to spend that kind of money, it better be at the top of the pecking order. I believe the last time it wasn't was 1970 when the LS-6 SS454 Chevelle was the most powerful car in the stable.

    Good point though, they would probably have to detune the LS7 or put a different cam in it if they were to offer it as an option on the Camaro.
  • exalteddragon1exalteddragon1 Member Posts: 735
    My lineup would look like this:

    A base model (V6 around 240hp) for $20-25k
    A base Z28 model (5.3l V8 with around 300hp) for $25-30k
    An upmarket SS model (LS2 with 400hp) for $32-37k

    Have convertible versions available for each model with a $3k premium. I don't care what transmission is 'standard' so long as a manual (5sp in V6 editions and 6sp in V8's) is available priced around $1k less than the automatics.


    I agree. If the Camaro gets more power it should not be form the LS7, that needs to be Corvette/Cadillac (like in the STS-V) it should be from improving the engines they have. How about making the 400hp on the corvette get 425 and then Corvette owners will not feel any pain.

    PS: I hope at least all the V8 engines on the Camaro have the DOD feature. Meybe GM will get balsy and put in VVT from the V6 (they are both OHV) and meybe DI, but thats asking for too much. ;)
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    "I hope at least all the V8 engines on the Camaro have the DOD feature. Meybe GM will get balsy and put in VVT from the V6 (they are both OHV) and meybe DI, but thats asking for too much."

    Doesn't the current 5.3l V8 have DOD? I don't see any reason why it couldn't also be implemented on the LS2 for an SS version.

    I wasn't aware GM had managed to implement VVT on an OHV design. Interesting. Which OHV V6 do they have with VVT?

    "DI" = Direct Injection? Probably around the corner. It's becoming more and more popular with some of the smaller engines (I believe Volkswagon uses it in a few models and Mazda is using it in their 2.3l turbo in the Speed6 and upcoming Speed3).
  • drfilldrfill Member Posts: 2,484
    I actaully learned how to drive on a 88 Chevy Blazer and 87 Camaro Berlinetta, owned by my long-time girlfriend at the time. She also owned a 90 4Runner.

    Not exactly the highlights of GM's engineering history. As in the Blazer, I could do 30 without getting into a gear, makes learning to drive much easier when you can merge in Park!

    DrFill
  • rorrrorr Member Posts: 3,630
    "I actaully learned how to drive on a 88 Chevy Blazer and 87 Camaro Berlinetta..."

    Off topic but....

    I learned how to drive out in the pasture in my dad's '72 Toyota Hi-lux pickup (in '76? '77?). That way I was sure to not break anything valuable :sick:

    The first time I was ever even exposed to an automatic was when I was in Driver's Ed. I thought I knew everything I needed to know (well, I was 16 - don't we ALL know everything we need to know by the time we're 16?) when I was confronted with a car with just 2 pedals. The urge to do SOMETHING with my left foot was overpowering. Interesting braking maneuver the first time I nailed the brake when my left foot was looking for the clutch.... :blush:
  • twaintwain Member Posts: 185
    A base model (V6 around 240hp) for $20-25k
    A base Z28 model (5.3l V8 with around 300hp) for $25-30k
    An upmarket SS model (LS2 with 400hp) for $32-37k
    ----------------------------------

    Sounds about right to me. And keep the weight under 3500lbs.
  • raym0016raym0016 Member Posts: 7
    "I wasn't aware GM had managed to implement VVT on an OHV design. Interesting. Which OHV V6 do they have with VVT?"

    The 3.5 and 3.9 found on the impala, monte carlo, etc have the VVT technology. I have the 06 impala ltz with the 3.9 and it is a nice motor.
  • 91landcruiser91landcruiser Member Posts: 8
    I am waiting for the new camaro to come out, which it will, and see if they make a SS model. My first car was a '67 RS/SS and just loved it. Can't afford to buy it back from it's current owner now. So, I'm hoping Chevy will answer my prayers and produce a SS version and maybe a RS/SS version down the road.

    A man can dream can't he? . . . .
  • camarosscamaross Member Posts: 7
    To get sales more in line with the Mustang, the 2009 car needs to be attractive to Women, who are the dominant buyer for Mustangs, buying them in far larger percentages than they ever bought the Camaro. To get the volume GM needs, they need a range of vehicles that is easy to get into and smaller than the 4th generation. Base engines don't need more than 240 HP for gas mileage and insurance, but the carline needs to ramp up to an SS, with maybe 400 HP, uplevel tires, and a suspension package.
  • bkwallenbkwallen Member Posts: 5
    My dream engine lineup for the Camaro;
    Base
    3.9/240
    Z/28
    5.3/303
    SS
    6.0/400
    SS 396
    6.2/435
    SS 496
    7.0/475
    ZL1
    7.0/505
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