Automakers are just corporations, and if their products don't sell as expected

they could be candidates for delisting. SUVs and crossovers have already destroyed sedans

Chevrolet looks to claim his Camaro as its own.

No, the Camaro will not be thrown under the bus. At least not yet. Australian newspaper Which Car

reports that the end of production date for the current generation Camaro has been extended

from 2024 to 2026. If this is true, it should give the Camaro-loving public some reassurance, but the

future of muscle cars beyond 2026 is entirely unknown. , even in 2020

the injury was an insult. In the third quarter of 2020, GM sold 8,367 of his Camaros

a decrease of 31.8% from his 12,275 in the third quarter of 2019.

Partly due to the impact of the new coronavirus, Mustang and Challenger maintain stable

numbers despite the ongoing pandemic, but sales of the two nameplates are also declining.

Ford sold 13,851 Mustangs in the third quarter of 2020.

This is down 17.7% compared to his third quarter of 2019, when Blue Oval delivered his 16,823 units.

cars in Q3 2020, compared to his 18,031 in Q3 2019 Decrease.