The New 2023 Chevrolet Camaro Will Not Be Mid-Engined

A few days ago, dear viewers, new information was revealed about the all-new 2023 Chevrolet Camaro , but today we learned that the published mechanical specifications of the American muscle car’s next-generation were nothing but an April Fool’s Day joke from the Carbuzz website.

While ArabGT team is keen on following the latest car news and broadcasting them to our viewers in an honest, objective and accurate manner, but as you may know, April 1 of every year is called April fool’s day a day for tricks, pranks, and jokes., and some automakers use this day to publish crazy ideas in the auto industry,

The New 2023 Chevrolet Camaro Will Not Be Mid-Engined (2)

Although the year 2020, with all the unfortunate events that it witnessed, may not be the best year for pranks, especially with Coronavirus  outbreak – may God protect us all, but  this did not prevent some websites from launching false rumors on the first of April

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In the meantime, Carbuzz website published a report saying that the 2023 Chevrolet Camaro will get a mid-engine to follow in the footsteps of its sister, the 2020 Corvette C8, which makes it the second new American sports car to have this mechanical system we usually see in supercars, such as; Ferrari, and Lamborghini cars.

The New 2023 Chevrolet Camaro Will Not Be Mid-Engined (1)

Some may think that providing a mid-engine in the new Camaro is a good idea and that it will give it an edge in front of competitors such as Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger,

However, if the car were equipped with a mid-engine for real, this would increase the price of the upcoming new Camaro making it more expensive than the current 2020 Corvette, which is sold in the American market for 60 thousand dollars, equivalent to approximately 225 thousand Saudi riyals. This means the new 2023 Camaro would be more expensive than Mustangs and Challengers. Fortunately, this was just a hoax!

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