General Motors is said to be working on an SUV version of its Camaro muscle car. We expect it will reach production within the next few years. The news comes after rumors that General Motors will release a Corvette SUV. Although we don’t have much information about the Camaro SUV, we believe it will be riding on GM’s Ultrium electric platform. This should please EV enthusiasts, although it might anger some muscle-car lovers. There could be two- or four-door versions of this vehicle.
The rendering below shows what an electric Camaro SUV with two doors might look like. GM is also expected to make the Camaro brand a Chevrolet subbrand. This will allow for more Camaro body styles including a sedan or an electric sports car. We expect the Camaro SUV will be offered as an affordable alternative to Corvette SUV, similarly to how the Camaro sports cars are positioned.
What’s new for 2025?
Camaro SUV is a completely new product. It will likely be one of the 30 models GM plans to release by 2025. We expect it to be on the market in 2025 and will carry the same essence as the iconic Camaro coupe. It is likely to end after 2024.
In the next few years, there’s a chance that Chevy will put a Camaro badge onto an electric SUV. This isn’t something we just pulled out of our “you-know-whats.” We’ve been hearing that GM plans to spin off other popular nameplates, such as the Camaro, Chevrolet’s legendary pony car.
We’re sorry if you are upset that the Camaro will likely follow the same path as the Mustang with the Mach-E. Send us angry letters or leave a comment below expressing your anger at the Camaro’s decision to follow the Mach-E route. If the idea of a Camaro EV-powered SUV, possibly called E/28? excites you, our rendering shows what this machine might look like.
The lifted electric Camaro is not like the Mustang Mach-E. It doesn’t share many similarities with the current coupe or convertible. The most striking similarity between the two-door body and the convertible is the one that GM insiders told us is being considered for a crossover model.
Our rendering shows a two-door Camaro with a rear quarter window that opens just like the regular Camaro. Their shoulder lines are also similar. Side surfacing looks cleaner than the Blazer’s busy bodywork. The ute’s wheel arches are nicely filled out by a set of huge 10-spoke rims on Continental tires. This creates a sporty look.
The design of the Chevy Blazer Electric Vehicle’s hypothetical Camaro mug is heavily influenced by the Camaro. Although the elements around the headlights are reminiscent of the LED accents on the current-gen Camaro, the rest of the face is quite different.
A new all-electric Chevrolet Camaro model is set to debut in 2025. This new electric vehicle will not be a powerful two-door muscle car. It will instead have four doors. As GM transitions this name to a series of EVs, the new Camaro model will be the first in a series of new Camaro models.
Why is Chevy discontinuing Camaro?
The Camaro’s sales have fallen precipitously since 2019, just like any other vehicle. Although this muscle car is still a highly sought-after model, it is not one that GM sells well. This performance icon might be rebranded.
Are the new Camaro models SUV-like?
We expect to see a 2+2 convertible and coupe in its place. The new model should be a four-door coupe-like car with a sloped roof. This might appeal to Camaro lovers who have long longed for more doors and more access to the rear.
We expect to see two crossovers in addition to the cars that might bear this name. These crossovers could be available in both two-door or four-door body types. Both electric vehicles will be known as the Camaro.
The news report mentions a new sports car, which could be related to C9 Corvette’s arrival. This model could be a sports car at a middle price that has an all-electric motor to provide the car with the performance it needs. Don’t expect a Corvette body with the Camaro badge. Although the electric sports car version of the Corvette could have similar performance features, it won’t sport the same body.
What should we do to learn more about the GM subbrands?
According to GM Authority, the launch of the Corvette sub-brand could be in the 2025 calendar year. For the 2025 model year, Camaro models could arrive one year earlier. GM has not yet shared much information about the future of the Camaro and Escalade models. However, all three could be sub-brands or multi-model electric vehicles for GM.
2025 Camaro SUV Price and Release Date
The debut of the battery-powered, two or four-door Chevrolet Camaro SUV is scheduled for the end of 2024. The brand-new Camaro SUV will be offered in three model levels: 1LT, 2LT, and 3LThe base price for the 1LT trim is $50000.
The 2LT and 3LT trims are $60,000 and $65,000, respectively. Destination charges do not include all costs. Its competitors, Mazda and BMW, have hybrid SUVs that come with high and low prices.
- Camaro 1LT : $52,000
- Camaro 2LT : $60,000
- Camaro 3LT : $65,000