The first 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will roll off the assembly line at GM's Lansing Grand River Plant Monday morning. The plant got a $175 million upgrade and hired 500 new workers to build the sixth-generation Camaro. The V-6 and V-8 models should be in showrooms by the end of the year with a sticker price around $27,000. Convertible and Turbo models will be available in early 2016. This will be the first Camaro built in the United States since 1992. General Motors announced production would be moving from Canada to Lansing in December of 2012. News 10 and wilx.com will be have coverage of Monday's unveiling.