The last remanufactured Chevrolet Camaro has rolled off HSV’s production line in Melbourne.
HSV commenced its right-hand-drive Camaro program in September 2018 beginning with the Camaro SS. The high-performance ZL1 was introduced in 2019.
Since the local program began, HSV has produced 1200 examples of the Camaro SS and 350 units of the ZL1.
For those still keen on the American muscle car, there is still plenty of dealer stock.
The Camaro was built in the same facility that converts the Ram and Chevrolet Silverado pick-up trucks.
At this stage, HSV will spend its time on converting the recently launched Chevrolet Silverado 1500.
HSV’s long term future remains clouded as the company negotiates a new relationship with General Motors following the demise of Holden.
Speculation suggests HSV will morph into General Motors Specialty Vehicles (GMSV) which could lead to conversion programs for other GM branded products.
HSV could also distribute the new C8 Corvette which is a factory right-hand-drive model.
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