As one of the Bow Tie brand’s most iconic nameplates, the Chevy Camaro has been receiving much attention as of late, largely centered around the 2024 Chevy Camaro Collector’s Edition. Now, GM Authority has learned that the Camaro had low inventory levels as of early August 2023.
Throughout the course of July 2023, General Motors recorded approximately 2,300 retail deliveries of the muscle car, along with roughly 15,300 units delivered since the beginning of the 2023 calendar year. As a result, the Camaro featured a 14 days supply as of early August 2023. For reference, a 60 days supply is consider optimal across the automotive industry.
It’s worth noting that convertible Camaro models accounted for 28 percent of overall deliveries.
This is an interesting development for the Bow Tie brand’s muscle car, as sales of the Chevy Camaro have been seeing a second-wind of sorts since the beginning of the 2023 calendar year. In fact, the Camaro has largely closed the gap between itself and the competition, namely the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, during Q2 2023.
Sales Numbers - Two-Door Muscle Cars - Q2 2023 - USA
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As seen above, the Camaro saw an incredible sales jump of over 100 percent, while the Mustang and Challenger were in the red. Whatever the reason behind this revival may be, it certainly isn’t terrible for a vehicle on the precipice of discontinuation.
As a reminder, the 2024 Chevy Camaro serves as the last model year of the sixth-generation of the muscle car, and will see a condensed production run. To this end, General Motors is offering the 2024 Camaro with two special packages for the final model year, which include the likes of the aforementioned Collector’s Edition and the Garage 56 Edition.