Although the 2007 Camaro has not yet hit the market, and may actually not until after 2007, it hasn’t stopped people from being excited about it. Previewed at the prestigious 2006 Detroit Car Show, the 2007 Camaro Concept car was met with enthusiasm, and this is a good sign. If people want this vehicle, it should be on the market soon.
The Chevy Camaro has always been a symbol of the love that Americans have for muscle cars – and the 2007 Camaro Concept car fits the bill. Combining today’s need for fuel economy and uncompromised performance with the sleek retro look that has become so popular, the 2007 Chevy Camaro Concept car has it all – or will when it becomes available.
GM stopped making the Camaro in 2002, much to the dismay of many diehard Camaro fans. In the United States, the Camaro had come to be known as the muscle car that beat the competition hands down when it came to power and style. Vintage Camaros were, and still are, coveted collector cars, and no matter what year model someone was driving, it was sure to turn heads. Seeing that there was still a lot of interest in the Camaro, even after declining sales prompted the decision to stop production in 2002, GM decided that it was time to consider bringing it back – in a very big way.
Unveiled with a lot of anticipation and fanfare, the 2007 Camaro Concept car shown at the Detroit Car Show clearly embodied the beauty and sleekness of the more vintage model Camaros with the functionality and performance that is needed in today’s cars. All of the modern conveniences will be available in the 2007 Camaro Concept car that people in the new millennium expect. The 400 horsepower V8 engine and fully independent multi-link suspension will be along the lines of what everyone has always expected from the Camaro – the best in muscle car technology and performance.