Obviously, if you’ve been tuned to not only GM Authority but the entire internet, you know the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will be debuting on May 16th at Belle Isle in Detroit. But Chevrolet is going to make sure those who didn’t secure a spot at the public unveiling of the hotly-anticipated pony car will get to see the car in the sheetmetal.
According to Edmunds, the 2016 Camaro will make its traditional auto show debut at the 2015 Los Angels Auto Show in the fall, but before that, expect to see the 2016 Camaro at the Indianapolis 500, Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game at Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park on July 14, Michigan’s Woodward Dream Cruise on August 15 and Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion in California August 13-16.
“We’re building a schedule right now,” said Todd Christensen, Camaro marketing manager, in a phone conversation with Edmunds. “We’re fighting over who gets to use them. You’ll see a combination of some enthusiast events and some bigger events following the car’s reveal.”
It was also revealed the 2016 Camaro that will be taking center stage at the Belle Isle reveal will be a red one, a classic hue for a storied muscle car nameplate. Other possible exposures of the 2016 Camaro include the auction of the number one during a Barrett-Jackson event, most likely for a worthy-charitable cause.
Expect plenty of customization to offered with the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, with Christensen also adding there will be a “pretty good presence at SEMA” this coming fall.
Like you, our dear readers, we cannot wait to see the 2016 Camaro in merely four days.