Chevrolet Camaro enthusiasts will have to find a way to view an episode of “Supercar Superbuild” made just for them. The show, which airs on the Smithsonian Channel, will dive into the Lansing Grand River assembly plant and give viewers an inside look of how General Motors builds the sixth-generation Camaro.
The channel posted a brief short-form video of the episode, which you can view here, and it goes inside the assembly process and shows the workforce in action. Not only does it look into the production process, but it dives into the development of the car, too.
More from the episode will include how engineers remove unwanted sounds from the Camaro and only pipe through the noises drivers will want to hear, that is, the sounds of either a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, 3.6-liter V6 or 6.2-liter V8.
The episode will air on February 17 and 18, but the episode will also be available for purchase.