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Old 03-05-2013, 07:59 PM   #46
OldScoolCamaro


 
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Originally Posted by Angrybird 12 View Post
Letting one run with little or few changes are what led to the sales disaster of the 4 th gens. If we want to keep Camaros around for a long time they need a new Gen to come along at least every 6 or 7 years. Look at the Mustang this version has been around for 9 years now, but they have had 3 refreshes in that time, some more than others. They will have a complete new car soon, and Chevy needs to keep up this time so they don't fall behind again.
...evolution, not revolution will be the change. We received revolution with the rebirth of the Camaro in 2010, retro as it was with the competition. They followed suit, but made it big in overall excellence. You are correct about the past, Chevy lost touch with vision..., became complacent, and sales plummeted. And then the unthinkable happened, the F body died as a results of lack of focus and diligence to the product. Major fail there. GM/Chevy was redeemed with the Gen 5, and now they must repeat that feat with the Gen 6 car. If it is anything like the C7 Vette, then we are golden.
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