Here’s When 2024 Chevy Camaro Production Is Scheduled To End

The sixth generation of the classic Bow Tie sports car is coming to a historic conclusion with the current 2024 Chevy Camaro and its two special-edition variants, the 2024 Chevy Camaro Collector’s Edition and the NASCAR-themed  2024 Chevy Camaro ZL1 Garage 56 Edition saluting the nameplate’s recent appearance in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

The end of production for the 2024 Chevy Camaro is an important date and milestone in the sports car’s history, so it’s worth recalling when the last units will roll off the assembly line at GM factories.

The 2024 Chevy Camaro will end production in January 2024 as part of the condensed production run that GM Authority already reported on back in July. Multiple options have been eliminated from the list of those available on the 2024 Camaro, including the turbocharged 2.0L I4 LTG gasoline engineseveral paint colorsthe lowered suspension and sway bar options, the 20-inch Caliente wheels, and the base 1LS trim level.

Production of the 2024 Chevy Camaro is currently under way, having kicked off on August 7th, 2023 at the GM Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan. GM plans to produce approximately 60 percent more 2024 Chevy Camaro cars with the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 LT1 engine than it did for the 2023 Chevy Camaro, making the highly popular powerplant with its peak output of 455 horsepower and 455 pound-feet of torque widely available.

The 2024 Chevy Camaro omits the previously available base 1LS trim level, leaving it with seven available trims, namely the 1LT, 2LT, 3LT, LT1, 1SS, 2SS, and the range-topping ZL1. Further variety is added to the lineup by the availability of both Coupe and Convertible body styles and the aforementioned Collector’s Edition package.

Pricing for the 2024 Chevy Camaro, including a destination freight charge of $1,595, starts at  $32,495 for the 1LT Coupe and ranges up to $79,695 for a ZL1 Convertible. GM also offers an exhaustive list of interior, exterior and mechanical options, including both standalone features or add-ons and complete packages.

As a reminder, 2024 Camaro powerplant options include the naturally aspirated 3.6L V6 LGX gasoline engine, the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 LT1 gasoline engine, and the supercharged 6.2L V8 LT4 gasoline engine. The GM Alpha platform provides structure under the body panels.

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  • Wow! Why bother? Guess they're clearing out the last parts in the warehouse? Guess Mary wants the last real car gm makes gone. She must be so proud.

  • I pay mind to the vehicles driving driving about. These days, it's a depressing parade of anonymous SUV's, CUV's and oversized, overweight pickups. Most in shades of gray and white. These are bad times for a person who as a child, grew up in the 1960's muscle car decade.

    Whenever a Camaro is spotted, I pause and take it in. They will always remain special to me as my first car was a 74 Camaro Type LT, 350, 4 speed.

    A pox on the people running this once great company into the ground. And a smile to every person driving by in their own Camaro. Long may they run.

    • But Mary's super awesome according to the automotive press, kiss-our-butts-awards-givers, and many here on GMA...

      To hell with GM's deep, rich, and incredible heritage. Mary's got the answers.

    • We ordered a 2023 2ss in December 2 ,2022 and never got it. And now put in a order for the same 2ss order in for a 2024 . If we don't get this one we will be done with GM and we bought 5 new GM products in 3 years. And I am a retired GM employee. I will trade all the GM vehicles on Dodge or Ford's if they mess up this order. Top management needs a wake-up call. TV news will also be called on this one. The 2024 was ordered June 5 /2023

      • Make sure to give up your pension when you trade in all your GM vehicles too. BTW....No employee or supplier pricing on the 2024's.

    • Good thing GM pays attention to the market and not to the online echo chamber. Otherwise they'd now be a unprofitable niche company selling vehicles to a few thousand buyers a year.

  • Car makers are pricing the average person right out of the new car market. Prices starting at 30k ANC’s ending up at 60k what’ are the engineers thinking ? Vehicles nowadays cost more than my first house. Keep going with your current price structure and we will all be WALKING ! Thank you car manufacturers

    • Someone's got to pay for the virtually useless Super Cruise, and other nonsensical GM whizzbangery & pointless adventures.

  • So, the modern day muscle car era is coming to a close. Very sad. I have always been a Mustang guy, but watching GM close the books on the Camaro is just heartbreaking. These muscle car beasts are bold, beautiful and powerful. I may actually grab one one day soon. Gen Z and Alpha will never know the enjoyment of an American V8 flying down the highway. Too many SUVs and crossovers.

    Camaro....rides of into the sunset. 😞

    • Could be worse. Add one more generation or so and those people won't even know a world where new vehicles had steering wheels and pedals and where you could decide when and where you wanted to go...

  • So they're going to cheat the enthusiasts out of normal production so the dealers can upcharge to the max. Way to build loyalty, Mary.

    • If it is up to Mary and Biden, they will mandate NASCAR to run all EVs in 2025. Instead of "Drivers start your engines" I can hear them saying"Drivers, power up your motors" or "Drivers, engage your electric drives.". Looking back at my life, living through the muscle car era was one of the best times of my life. Long live the Camaro!

  • Your article was to tell us why the Camaro is to be axed. You didn't mention that at all. Maybe if gm or any car manufacturers out there for that matter made cars the regular Joe's could afford maybe they would sell better. I make good money and there's no way I could afford one of these as a second or third vehicle. Good going guys in killing the affordable fun cars

  • I’m a Mustang owner but I have always liked Camaros, dating back to the 3rd gens before I was old enough to drive. This is a sad thing for all car enthusiasts.

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