It’s pretty much been common knowledge to a lot of folks that the new Chevrolet Camaro has become quite a popular item for General Motors re-launched the brand last year, but we had no idea that it had become THIS popular.

According to Camaro5, the Camaro recently reached a historic milestone after the GM’s Oshawa assembly plant rolled out the 100,000th Camaro. Fittingly enough, the historic Camaro was an Inferno Orange Metallic SS.
The feat is even more remarkable considering that the Camaro reached 100,000 units in less than a year’s time – if you wanted to be anal about it, the first Camaro was rolled out on March 16th of last year.

If you round out the average, that’s about 282 Camaro’s being rolled out every day!

Remarkable; to say the least.


Source: Camaro5

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  (544) posted on 03.11.2010

If it can reach a lot more market in other countries, I am pretty sure that it will be able to sell more than a hundred grand. Specially when it starred in the movie Transformers. More than once that I have heard of a dude and some chic say that they want a car like that of Bumble bee’s car.

  (807) posted on 03.8.2010

There’s nothing much to say but camaro is one of a kind why should we argue about that folks.

  (1333) posted on 03.7.2010

cool so much for the camaro’s success, well congratulations Chevy, they even out sell the mustang gt.

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