Originally Posted by CamaroRS/SS10
Think about guys. Only the first Gen last less than 9 years. Why would they change to a different Gen if it's only been out 4 years? I bet it will be closer to 2016 or 2017.
It's been said multiple, the Camaro was late to the party. The disadvantage to it coming out late is that they now have to replace it earlier or else it will be dated (in the consumers eyes) when the next gen Mustang comes out. If Chevy had released the Camaro in 2006 or 2007 you wouldn't have this problem.
It's not that the Camaro is actually dated but if the Mustang has 2 generations before the Camaro replaces 1 it will be bad for sales since the car will go stale...