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Next generation of classic sport coupe goes into production in late 2008, on sale in 2009; will be almost identical to wildly popular concept unveiled at NAIAS
TRAVERSE CITY, MI - 8-10-06 – Dear sports car fans: General Motors heard you loud and clear.
GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner announced today that GM will build an all-new version of the Chevrolet Camaro sport coupe based on the award-winning concept that stole the spotlight at the North American International Auto Show and has ignited the passion of car enthusiasts around the world ever since – even spurring consumers to start petition drives and send in certified checks in hopes of placing early deposits.
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02-19-2008: Chevrolet Showcases the all new 2008 Malibu at the 20th Anniversary Celebration of Univision's Premio Lo Nuestro
02-19-2008: Chevrolet Accelerates to the Cleveland Auto Show
02-19-2008: Next Generation of Hollywood Goes Green at First 'Chevy Rocks the Future'
02-15-2008: Corvette Plant Manager Wil Cooksey To Retire
02-15-2008: An Apple For The Teacher, A Chevy Cobalt For The Student
02-14-2008: Chevrolet's Special '427 Limited Edition Z06' Salutes Classic 427 Corvettes
02-14-2008: GM Premieres First Ever Fuel Cell, Hybrid SUV Fleet at the Oscars
02-13-2008: 1978 Corvette Replica Pace Car Brought Back To Tolbert Chevrolet
02-11-2008: Corvette ZR1 Enters The World Of Supercars
02-06-2008: 2009 Chevrolet HHR Gets E85 FlexFuel Capability
02-06-2008: Chevrolet Announces the All-New 2009 Traverse
01-22-2008: Chevrolet to Provide Gas-Friendly Vehicles during GRAMMY Week
01-13-2008: Chevrolet Malibu Named 2008 North American Car of the Year
01-08-2008: General Motors Demonstrates Self-Driving Chevrolet Tahoe 'Boss' At Consumer Electronics Show
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W.C. Durant in Detroit, Michigan started the company with the cars by racecar driver, Louis Chevrolet. The first big car produced on the market was the Baby Grand, which was sold for $875. With the first real boost in production and innovation cars were sold at a standard price increasing sales to 70,701 from 13,600.
In 1917 General Motors acquired Chevrolet. As competition rose Chevrolet began preparation for new models as well as styles. One big development came in 1929 with the "Cast Iron Wonder" which sold more than a million cars in its first year.
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dream? With any luck they will follow the SSR into production. Read
Starting with Louis Chevrolet in the beginning.
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bodied stock cars of NASCAR and the sports cars of the ALMS. We will be
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