Countries such as Japan, UK and Australia won't get the Camaro -  at least, not now. It seems that the plans for a right-hand drive version of the Camaro have been put on hold due to a change of priorities within GM. This is what Bob Lutz, GM's vice chairman, said in an interview with journalists at the 2010 Geneva Auto Show. Maybe there are intentions to accent on hybrids and electric vehicles. According to Motor Trend, Lutz said "It's been pushed back, perhaps indefinitely. No matter which car company you work for, there's never enough engineering money, talent and capital to do everything you want to do," said Lutz. "So when we looked at the hybrids that we have to do, and the plug-ins that we have to do, we just had to priority rank it and I couldn't argue with the priorities." "Unfortunately all of the markets came in with relatively low volume estimates. The UK was low, and...frankly I think Australia could have stepped up to the plate with some more. But when we finally looked at it there weren't enough units to justify after all what is a fairly large investment," he said.

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