The North American based automaker Chevrolet has recently announced that the future generation of the Camaro will hit the market in 2015, being lighter and more fuel efficient.
After the current Euro-spec Chevrolet Camaro has been caught testing at Monza, Italy, the American muscle car is getting ready to be completely refreshed and the future generation of the popular model will hit the market in 2015, according to General Motors. The upcoming Chevrolet Camaro will be inspired by the first or second generation of the model and it’s expected to be lighter and more fuel efficient, thanks to engine downsizing and the new Alpha platform, which also underpins the 2013 Cadillac ATS.
In a recent interview with the guys at Automotive News, the Chevrolet Camaro chief engineer, Al Oppenheiser, has confirmed that the future generation of the American muscle car will be more fuel efficient and lighter but the company’s official declined to go into detail so even if we know when the model will hit the market, we still don’t have any info on it. More details on the future 2015 Chevrolet Camaro will be announced close to the model’s debut, which will most likely be an international auto show, possibly in Detroit.