Earlier this month Chevrolet notified its dealers and customers they’re putting production and shipping of Camaro ZL1 on hold, until they address some quality issues. Now good news. Whatever those problems were, they’re now solved and Chevy has restarted production. So the first batch of ZL1s should be arriving at dealerships in about two or three weeks.
That is the estimated time of arrival for those ZL1s that had been made, but not delivered before the hold. Those still being built will obviously take longer. It’s going to take even more for those orders that haven’t been confirmed for production. The timing for waiting list will depend on the remaining allocation.
The delay was obviously an inconvenience for Chevrolet’s customers, but still, Chevy did the right thing fixing the car before they left the factory. They saved the customers, and themselves, from the misery of recall.