GM Inside News reports that Chevrolet apparently has stopped deliveries of the Camaro ZL1 because of an undisclosed issue.
According to one poster from the forum, the cars sent to dealers delivered to at least one customer are being returned to dealers because of an unspecified possible issue.
According to Monte Doran, communications manager for Corvette and Camaro, confirmed the problem to AutoWeek.com but said he wasn’t aware of any cars having been delivered to customers. “We go through a standard quality assessment with every new vehicle and we found what we thought was a potential concern. Until we’ve adjusted it, we won’t send any cars out to customers,” Doran was quoted as saying.
He refused to comment on what the issue might be and he was not firm on the two- or three-week time frame mentioned in the post on GM Inside News. The last Dealer Order Submission Process cycle for the ZL1 should have begun on March 1 and ended on Tuesday, but now it’s been postponed to a date to be determined. So far, it seems deliveries will be delayed for at least a few weeks.