The 2009 Chevrolet Camaro is perhaps one of the most hyped concept-turned-production cars in recent memory. But following GM’s announcement in August that it would produce the new Camaro, the automotive news world went somewhat silent on the subject.
Toward the end of the month, that could change. According to a report by Australia’s Drive magazine, engineers have begun building prototype Camaros, which will hit the road before Christmas. The news comes from Holden boss Denny Mooney. Holden, GM’s Australian subsidiary, is in charge of developing the Zeta rear-wheel-drive platform, as well as the Camaro itself.
As previously reported, GM is also likely to import the new Holden Commodore as the next Pontiac Grand Prix. As always, stay tuned for spy photos here on LLN as soon as prototypes of both vehicles arrive on public roads.