When Ford introduced the Mustang in 1964 General Motors had no response waiting in the wings, nor was it too worried about the tiny four-seater. But when Ford sold a whopping 100,000 Mustangs in just six months, GM executives scrambled to come up with their own sporty four-seat coupe. The result: The Chevy Camaro. Today, the Camaro is a legend, an iconic muscle car known for its aggressive design and great performance.
Almost 50 years later, the sixth generation Camaro will soon be revealed. To celebrate, Chevy asked five of its designers, each of whom has contributed to the design of the car over the years, to reflect on their favorite models from the past five generations. Tell us what you think. — Chuck Tannert