General Motors Co. unveiled the sports car at the Grand River assembly plant earlier today.  It's the first time the Camaro has been produced in the U.S. since the third generation models in 1992.

The vehicle was unveiled to the public at a major event on Belle Isle in Detroit last May.  Buzz had been building for months, as did local excitement when GM announced hiring plans.

GM hired 450 people this summer and added a second shift to produce the vehicle.  The plant has been producing pilot Camaros for the past few months for testing purposes.  Here's more from the Lansing State Journal.