General Motors has announced the end of production for the latest generation of Chevrolet Camaro, leaving the future of the muscle car uncertain. This decision comes as GM shifts towards an all-electric lineup of vehicles by 2035, resulting in a scaling back of investment in new versions of traditional internal combustion engined vehicles. While GM has not announced any immediate successors to the Camaro, it teased that there will be some future for the brand. The current model is the sixth version of the Camaro in its history, and it is built at the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Michigan, which will stop production in January 2024. In 2022, GM reported US Camaro sales of nearly 25,000, less than half of the 55,000 Challengers sold by Dodge and slightly more than half of the nearly 48,000 Mustangs sold by Ford. The new Mustang, which will be purely gasoline-powered and not electric or hybrid, will go on sale next summer, marking the seventh generation and the 58th continuous year of production for the iconic vehicle. These muscle cars, or pony cars, are also among the last car models manufactured by the three automakers, as opposed to SUVs or trucks.