Chevrolet to Introduce 6th Generation 2016 Camaro in Detroit on May 16

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Chevrolet to Introduce 6th Generation 2016 Camaro in Detroit on May 16

We know you love your Corvettes, but Chevrolet will be breaking new ground with the introduction of the new 6th generation 2016 Camaro in Detroit on May 16th. The Camaro reveal will be part of a day-long celebration on Belle Isle, the 982-acre island park that will host the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix from May 29-31th.

So what’s that catch to join in on the celebration? Chevrolet says the event is free but registration is required with approval given to fans who promise to bring their Camaros out the Belle Isle.

Chevrolet is expecting 1,000 people to attend the reveal of the new Camaro. Other activities will include:

  • A “Camaro Museum” display of the most significant vehicles from the brand’s history
  • Hot-lap rides in the 2015 Camaro Z/28 around the Belle Isle Grand Prix course
  • Meet-and-greet opportunities with Camaro designers and engineers.
  • Camaro-only parking for owners

To get Camaro fans stoked for the event, Chevrolet is revealing the badge of the new 2016 Camaro here for the first time.

“This will be an event Camaro fans will not want to miss,” said Todd Christensen, Camaro marketing manager. “This is only the sixth time we have introduced an all-new Camaro. We wanted to share the moment with the customers and fans who have helped make Camaro both America’s favorite performance car for the past five years, and a cultural icon since 1967.”

In advance of the Camaro’s reveal, Chevrolet will be unlocking a series of multimedia content on the new Camaro home page. The first unlocking comes this Thursday, March 19th.

For more information, or to register, please visit www.thecamarosix.com.


Source:
Chevrolet

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