In an interview with AutoCar, Chief Executive of Chevrolet Europe, Wayne Brannon, said the UK will receive a maximum of 1000 right-hand-drive coupes and 1000 right-hand drive cabriolets.

With a North American debut expected in the fall of this year, Europe will have to wait until 2010 for the coupe and a year later for the cabriolet. In an interview with AutoCar, Chief Executive of Chevrolet Europe, Wayne Brannon, said the UK will receive a maximum of 1000 right-hand-drive coupes and 1000 right-hand drive cabriolets. Additional sources close to AutoCar also suggest 300 of each variant would be packaged with the 400bhp, 6.0-litre engine.

Set to make its debut in European trim at London motor show, another big question that has been looming is whether the Camaro will be revealed as a Chevrolet or standalone Camaro brand similar to the European Corvette. No prices have been announced but it's expected to well exceed the £35,695 price of the Vauxhall VXR8.

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