is reporting that Chevy plans to debut a Camaro concept at the 2006 Detroit auto show and is scheduling to revive the nameplate for production as early as 2009. The new Camaro will use a low-cost rear-wheel-drive platform from an undetermined source. It could use a version of the Sigma platform that underpins the CTS and STS or possibly the next-generation Holden Commodore platform. In addition to underpinning the Camaro, this new rear-wheel-drive platform would also likely be used for the next GTO, as well as new sedans and coupes in many of GM's brands. With the Dodge Challenger also not scheduled for release until at least 2008, the Mustang still has a few more years to rake in the cash for Ford.
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