From today's auto news:
GM Looks to Sell 100,000 New Chevrolet Camaros
The Daily Auto Insider
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
General Motors can sell more than 100,000 units of a new Chevrolet Camaro based on a concept unveiled at the Detroit auto show, Automotive News reported.
In an interview with the trade publication, GM's Product chief, Robert Lutz, said the company is doing "intense work" on engineering for a production version and analyzing a business case for the car. But, Lutz added, "Is it an approved program? No." He said he expected a decision on building the sporty coupe within six months.
However, Lutz said GM wouldn't consider building the car unless it could sell more than 100,000 a year. The Camaro's prime competitor would be the Ford Mustang, which sold 160,975 units in the United States last year, the story said.