The next-gen Camaro will move to GM's Alpha platform, which also underpins the Cadillac ATS and CTS. Production of the car is moving from GM's plant in Oshawa, Ontario, to the same plant in Lansing, Mich., that produces the two Cadillacs.
The coupe is expected to be a bit longer and could shed a few hundred pounds from the current Camaro. Engine options could range from a 2.0-liter turbo up to a V-8.
Chevrolet expects to sell its 500,000th fifth-generation Camaro this month. The car has been the top-selling performance car in the U.S. for five straight years, Chevy said.
Last year, Camaro sales rose 7 percent, to 86,297 units, edging the Ford Mustang's 82,635 sales.