New C7 Corvette And Camaro SS Sales To Be Illegal In Europe
by Manoli Katakis
Beginning August 31, 2019, any Chevrolet performance vehicle with a 6.2L LT1 V8 engine will be prohibited from being sold in either the European Union and/or the United Kingdom. That singles out both the C7 Corvette and sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro SS as a result. The UKís Motoring Research recently posted the reminder. Once the sales ban takes effect, European buyers seeking the Camaro and/or Corvette will have to settle for a used model.

The irony here is that the logistical makeup of just getting these American-made vehicles over to Europe likely has a bigger carbon footprint than any individual C7 Corvette or Camaro SS could generate in its lifetime.

With the C7 fading into the sunset, itís still unclear if GM will even bother trying to get the all-new 2020 C8 Corvette to sell in Europe. In the case of the United Kingdom, neither the Camaro nor the Corvette made much of an impact when it came to sales, as their exclusively left-hand-drive configuration hamstrung their appeal in a right-hand-drive nation.

Itís too early to find visual evidence of a seventh-generation Camaro, but Chevrolet has reached out to current customers to gauge interest in various engine offerings, including a 6.2L V8 hybrid system capable of 545 horsepower and a combined 24 miles per gallon. The catch? Chevy proposed the engine option to be priced at $8,000.
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