Chevrolet Camaro 2000 posters

Chevrolet Camaro

The fourth-generation Chevrolet Camaro was produced from 1993 to 2002, but unofficially went past 2003. The classic 2-door, 2+2 seating coupe or convertible design with rear-wheel drive and available V6 or V8 engines was maintained from the first-generation's 1967 introduction. 1998 brought both exterior and engine changes. Sales decreased, leading to production ceasing after the 2002 model year due to a diminishing sports coupe market and plant overcapacity. 1993 The 1993 debut of the fourth-generation Camaro welcomed a host of changes. Production was relocated to Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec, Canada, and sheet moulding compound (SMC) was incorporated into the build for the roof, hatch, doors, and spoiler. Front and rear suspension design was improved. A 160 hp 3.4 L V6 engine was the base option, with a 350 LT1 V8 producing 275 hp and 325 lb·ft torque as an upgrade, and an optional haul-friendly Borg-Warner six-speed manual transmission available with the V8. The 1993 Camaro Z28 was chosen as the pace car of the Indianapolis 500, inspiring the popular "pace car edition," offering black and white body colors, multicolored pinstriping, and white painted roadwheels.

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