On this week's episode of the Motor1.com U.S. Podcast, we vent our frustrations over the news that GM maybe could be considering discontinuing the Camaro after the 2023 model year. Global Editor-in-Chief John Neff, Managing Editor Brandon Turkus, and Senior Editor Greg Fink wrestle with whether or not the Camaro should even be on the chopping block, and should GM swing the axe in four years.
The discussion continues with more GM news, particularly that redesigns of the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize trucks are being pushed back to 2023. Lastly, we wonder if Toyota and Lexus should be making so many partnerships to help bring new cars to market; news of the automakers partnering with Mazda to gain access to a new rear-wheel-drive platform and inline six-cylinder engine is the latest.
And finally, our favorite segment where we talk about what we're driving is highlighted this week by Turkus' tale of his time driving the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, while Neff discusses what makes the Tesla Model 3 he drove so special, and Fink talks about his one-on-one time with the new Honda Passport.