Chevrolet unveiled the 2016 Camaro over the weekend but it appears anyone looking for a more affordable sports car is going to have to keep waiting.

Chevrolet unveiled the 2016 Camaro over the weekend but it appears anyone looking for a more affordable sports car is going to have to keep waiting.

In an interview with Automotive News, GM's Executive Vice President of Global Product Development said he loves entry-level performance vehicles but the company simply can't make the business case to build one.  As Mark Reuss explained, "On those cars, the price point begins to approach the segment of the next car up. We would spend a lot of money and resources, and what are we really doing?"

While Reuss downplayed the possibility of seeing anything soon, he said he wouldn't rule out the possibility of something in the future.

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