ELNathB saidI find it very interesting, the 2016 Camaro profile is a shorter wheel base much more in line with its foreign competitors current model Genesis Coupe, new 2015 Mustang and current Dodge Challenger
Us Gen Coupe fans are patiently waiting on the all new 2016-2017 upscale model that will leave the American pony cars to themselves. This new generation Camaro I like since the '69 F body but still wont buy a GM due to its quality last, profits first culture
"GM due to its quality last"
Where have you been the decade or so?
I have done my own RCCA with the public court evidence and its obvious, to us Quality experts, that GM management created a "hush and shaming culture" for anyone raising Quality manufacturing problems because in the last decade profits mattered more than even safety (if I remember, long time CEO Rick Waggoner, I am sure, a Republican, who created this culture, was fired by the government when it bailed out GM). Trust, respect and loyalty is not a given, but earned. As far as I am concerned, a potential customer, GM has not earned any of these in my book or showed any signs of culture change, they didn't fire any management, while we all know they are the cause, 80% of the time (Deming), what happened to GM, more than a decade ago, deregulation, that is where they failed and I no longer trust or respect them, it was a good thing the government took over, GM Quality (regulation) has improved since
GM ignition switch deaths hit 104, May 19, 2015http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/cars/2015/05/19/gm-ignition-switch-deaths-104/27568505/
A few of the automakers' engineers knew about the problem at least by 2003. Some GM attorneys knew by early 2013 that there were deaths that may have been caused by the defect, but the company didn't begin recalling the models in question until February 2014