At the point when Chevrolet was prepared to show the world the Camaro in 1966, GM conveyed a wire to around 200 columnists saying, “Trust you can be available to assist with scratching a feline. Subtleties will follow…” The subtleties that followed the following day read, “Society for the Eradication of Panthers from the Automotive World will hold first and keep going gathering on June 28.” The coldhearted message was a reference to the way that the Camaro was codenamed Panther through creation. Notwithstanding, Chevrolet required a name starting with C to keep in Chevrolet’s naming show at that point.
GM was unmistakably having loads of fun when the Camaro was first disclosed, and item administrators let the press know that a Camaro is a little, awful creature that eats Mustangs. It was likewise detailed that the word Camaro comes from a term that interprets as “companion” or “confidant” from a French word reference Bob Lund and Ed Rollett were looking over when accompanying a name. Nonetheless, that word is “camarade” in French. In all actuality, Camaro is a made-up word utilized in light of the fact that it sounds cool.
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