GM fans and enthusiasts are very well-acquainted with the Chevrolet Camaro, but not many will likely be able to recall how the car was originally introduced – so here’s a quick trip down history alley to go over that feat.
In June of 1966, Chevrolet announced the Camaro to the media and journalists on a telephone call that went down in history as the world’s first large-scale teleconference. Over 100 technicians in 14 hotel conference rooms throughout the United States were contracted to make the event happen.
The size of the teleconference was unheard-of at the time, as the multi-party calls of the day were much smaller, only capable of hosting a couple dozen inbound callers. Therefore, the introduction of a legendary automotive product was made during an equally-epic technology feat. The rest, as they say, is history,