The pony car market has always been an extremely competitive part of automotive culture, filled with ups and downs, based on consumer demand for fun, but attainable, cars. After watching the successes of another American car company, Chevrolet launched its counter with the Chevrolet Camaro, a long-hooded 2+2 that stood out as soon as it hit the market. Since the car's introduction, it has seen five generations, many refreshed exteriors and various versions of V6 and V8 engines. The most recent model came this past month, when Chevy launched a reworked fifth-generation that brings the Z/28 (with the slash!) back with it. Learn about the heritage upon which this new model is based with The Complete History of the Chevrolet Camaro

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