On this TECHDAY in history, in 1966, an iconic car was released to the market. It was the Chevrolet Camaro, a mid-size American-made automobile that was manufactured by Chevrolet, and that fell to the classification of a “pony car”. This car shares many of its formats and major components with the Firebird (a 1967 General Motors Pontiac model). It was introduced for the 1967 model year and its main goal in designing was to compete with Ford’s Mustang, its main rival at the time. The Camaro was produced for a long period afterwards. There came 4 distinct generations of Camaros during this time, before production stopped in 2002.
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