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New “Camaro”-Based Vehicle To Debut In Chicago

Lauren Hargrove on February 7, 2011

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General Motors will debut two new models at the Chicago Auto Show; with one of the two being based on the Camaro platform, the rumor mill is in full swing. Camaro5 members were buzzing once the announcement was made.

According to CarScoop, GM is going to make enthusiasts wait until February 9, 2011 for the opening of show before anything more is said. Mark Reuss, President of General Motors North America, refused to give any specifics on the new Camaro-based vehicle other than to say, “It will be fun.”

Could the Trans Am be resurrected despite the death of Pontiac? Perhaps another variant of the Camaro could be released? With the knowledge that the Z/28 will return, Camaro nuts are already chomping at the bit. The survival of the Buick line could mean luxury performance coupe or possibly a convertible on the horizon.

Where are the paparazzi when you need them? These guys can manage to catch supermodel picking her nose on a yacht in the south of France, but there are no spy shots of the new “Camaro” based car as of yet. Unless a starlet crashes her BMW into the GM hauler, it looks like we will be left to wait until Wednesday.

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Im thinking......

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Me thinks there will be a Chevy and Buick model in the works.

New Park Avenue based on the Statesman chassis? Yesh plz

New Chevy model based on the Commodore? Gimme dat.

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Me thinks there will be a Chevy and Buick model in the works.

New Park Avenue based on the Statesman chassis? Yesh plz

New Chevy model based on the Commodore? Gimme dat.

Like you'd be able to afford either... I sure as hell can't.

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Like you'd be able to afford either... I sure as hell can't.

Mark's being a Negative Nancy :D

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Mark's being a Negative Nancy :lol2:

Bad day sorry. Then again, if you think about it. No too many people can afford the new cars of today, kinda lame if you ask me. LOWER THE DAMN PRICES CAR COMPANIES!

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Bad day sorry. Then again, if you think about it. No too many people can afford the new cars of today, kinda lame if you ask me. LOWER THE DAMN PRICES CAR COMPANIES!

:lol2: what happend to getting a brand spankin new Z28 for a mear $3000... oh yeah that was back in 69... NVM :lol2:

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You can't just sell a cheap model. Some sort of profit has to be gained out of these new models. Besides, nobody buys a car outright, they make payments on them. The days of buying cars with straight cash are gone, as far as new cars go.

And even then, wait for the leases and trade ins on the new models to come back, they're usually half the price new, and usually less than 25K on the clock.

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