No disappearing, just not paying as much attention to a war that doesn't even rate as a skirmish anymore. Sales of both models are well off historical numbers and not just because the market has evolved. As a long time Mustang fan I'm very disappointed in the new Mustang in many ways, but then I've really been disappointed in the Mustang for quite some time so that isn't new. Does that mean I think the Camaro has won? No, in fact the Camaro is a bigger offender in many of the areas that the Mustangs lets us down than is the Mustang. The cars have gotten too big, too bland stylistically, too isolated from the driving experience, and too plain boring. Higher skidpad numbers in a Camaro that almost nobody will ever drive beyond 7/10 don't change any of that, and a faster Nurburgring time isn't what will fix either car.Its amazing how all the Mustang lovers have dis-appeared for the hills
When one of these two companies really starts taking this market as seriously as it deserves I'll probably start chiming in again in meaningful amounts, until such a time I'll likely not have very much to say and, IMO, both sides of the equation will continue to lose. There is no winner here for those of us who really love ponycars.