When was the Camaro invented?

Answer The first Chevy Camaro was introduced in 1967. It was based on a new version of the 1968 Chevy Nova. The 1967 Camaro came in a base sport coupe, but had an available convertible model and SS and RS... Read More »

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Who invented the Chevy Camaro?

The invention of the Chevy Camaro was a group effort. More then one person came up with the idea for this national sports car. The director of the design group was Henry C. Haga. Interior design wa... Read More »

Who invented the Chevrolet Camaro?

First introduced in 1966, the '67 Chevy Camaro was actually a group effort. Henry Haga was director of the design group and George Angersbauch headed up the interior design group at the time.Source... Read More »

Who invented the 1966 chevy camaro?

There was officially no 1966 Chevrolet Camaro. Although the original Camaro was introduced on Sept. 26, 1966, the model year for the first generation Camaro was 1967. This original '67 Camaro was d... Read More »

Who invented the first Chevy Camaro?

A collective group effort produced the first Chevy Camaro in 1966 for the 1967 model year. One of the people behind the car was Pontiac designer Bob Porter, who saw a car that inspired him to model... Read More »