It’s no secret that sales of the Chevrolet Camaro have dropped significantly since its last redesign. In 2020 its sales came in far below the Ford Mustang. Given the slow sales, it’s been rumored that the Camaro could be discontinued by as early as 2024.
Chevy hasn’t made any announcements about the future of the Camaro, but Automotive News is reporting that an electric sedan will replace the Camaro. GM already announced a goal to have all of its vehicles be electrified by 2035, so if there is a successor to the Camaro, it makes since that it will be electric.
There’s also the chance that the Camaro could remain a coupe/ convertible and be turned into an EV. It would give Chevy a rival to a new electric muscle car that Dodge teased last month.