According to multiple reports, General Motors is rumored to be pulling the plug on the Chevrolet Camaro at the conclusion of the Gen. 6 production run, which is slated for 2023.

Muscle Cars & Trucks first reported the news, citing several internal sources at GM.

We don’t have confirmation that this is happening, but a number of other automotive publications, including The Drive and CarBuzz, are reporting it as well.

If Chevrolet really is planning to shelve the Camaro, it wouldn’t be the first time. Chevy stopped making the Camaro at the conclusion of the 2002 model year production run, and reintroduced it as a concept car that eventually became the 2010 Gen. 5 Camaro.

Some sources are citing sluggish Camaro sales as the reason behind GM’s potential decision to pull the plug on Camaro production.

Stay tuned.

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