Production Chevrolet Camaro to debut at Sept. Indy

Production Chevrolet Camaro to debut at Sept. Indy

With all the excitement of the recently launched Dodge Challenger it’s easy to forget that another American muscle car is just around the corner. Chevrolet’s new Camaro, which first appeared in concept form at the 2006 Detroit Auto Show, is finally set to debut in production trim with the announcement that the car will appear at the Indy '08 Back at the Brickyard event in mid September.

The organizers of the event, Central Indiana Camaro Club (CICC) supposedly in conjunction with Chevrolet has confirmed the production Camaro will be on show at the event and in a number of different color, trim and engine combos. GM is yet to release a formal statement about its presence at the event.

The 'Back at the Brickyard' event will be happening in Indianapolis, Indiana, from September 19-21 and is expected to be attended by hundreds of Camaro, Firebird, and Pace Car owners. GM executives will be in attendance as well to discuss the design, engineering, marketing, and accessories for this new Camaro.

A handful of near production Camaro prototypes have been spotted completely undisguised in recent months but we are yet to see the interior of the car, which so far has already been concealed.

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