Produced since 2009 in Canada, the Chevrolet Camaro will return to the United States. GM indeed decided to repatriate the production with Lansing, at the sides of its other propulsion models. The change will come for renewal in 2015.
In 2006, GM validates the proposed new Camaro. Production is attributed to the place in Oshawa Ontario. Since these are about 100,000 Camaro leaving channels each year. But now, the Camaro is currently the only car-based propulsion Zeta platform produced in North America. The next generation will change and return to the basic Alpha platform. That the new Cadillac ATS and next year it will become the new CTS.
The industrial logic therefore prevails and the Camaro sixth generation will join in 2015 to reach the two Cadillac plant Grand River to Lansing.
Of course, Canadian workers, CAW Union protests, are arguing that GM should recognize the contribution of the Oshawa workers to the success of the Camaro. And requires counterparties, as Muscle Car represents between 25 and 30% of the production of the site… At GM, it was stated that the site will begin in a few weeks the production of the new Chevrolet Impala. A new generation remains alongside the present, with production lasting until 2014, probably reserved for fleet sales.