Watch the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro SS Reveal on TV Show


As we told you earlier today, Chevrolet chose a rather unusual place to reveal its restyled 2014 Camaro for the first time – the set of the “Live with Kelly and Michael” television show.

Part of the program, which aired on Tuesday morning in the United States, was dedicated to the premieres of the 2013 New York International Auto Show. Camaro SS aside, the show also covered the 2014 Jaguar F-Type, 2014 VW GTI and 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible.

However, this reveal means that Wednesday’s NYIAS live event becomes a little redundant, but never mind that, you can see the TV show hosts’ reactions to the new Camaro and the other cars displayed in the studio in the video below.

We’ll only say that the F-Type Jag and the Corvette Stingray Convertible recieved more attention than the 2014 Camaro SS, despite the fact that the pony car had basically its world premiere on the show.

By Dan Mihalascu



Aaron Curiel said... »March 26, 2013

something changed about the camaro? i only see a different tail end

TV Wasteland said... »March 26, 2013

Why did GM choose such a worthless TV show to release the new model makeover? Just lowered GM and the Camaro a few notches in my book.

AM said... »March 26, 2013


Garrett Spicer said... »March 26, 2013

"Completely redesigned the front and back of this car"

"What they've learned at the race track, they're now putting into the car"
They've been doing this since the 60s, you dumb ass.

That F-Type costs wayyyy too much once you've actually put things on it. Go check out the website and see for yourself.

>New GTI
"Everything about it is all brand new"
That's why it looks more like the previous one than the Camaro right?

"Hot car for a hot price"
yeah except the base model doesn't look like that and that model is probably $33,000

These people are tv hosts. They don't know anything about cars.

No one said... »March 26, 2013

I'll have the F-Type above the ugly Stinkray

donald seymour said... »March 27, 2013

I know I can speak for all of us at this blog concerning this. We all agree with you. Its marketing and advertising b.s to dummies and ignorant masses, so don't trip. He is not talking to you. He is talking to the uneducated masses. So, chill.

Garrett Spicer said... »March 27, 2013

Venting is a habit of mine.

donald seymour said... »March 28, 2013

I understand. I do it all the time.

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