For the EcoCAR 3 competition, our main goal to build a 2016 Chevrolet Hybrid Camaro. Wayne State University has worked to design a Pre-Transmission Parallel (P2) Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV). The hybrid powertrain of the architecture selected by the team consists of a GM 136kW 2.4L LEA internal combustion engine (ICE) running on E85 coupled through an actuated clutch to a 64kW AF-130 GKN axial flux electric motor (EM). The ICE and EM, both located in the engine compartment, are coupled in line to a GM 8-speed longitudinal transmission. The GKN electric motor is driven by an RMS PM150DX motor controller. The vehicle energy storage system (ESS) is located in the trunk and consists of a 10.7kWh Bosch battery pack, with a nominal voltage of 390V. A BRUSA on-board charger allows for charging from the grid. Currently, the team is working on integrating all the above components into the vehicle in order to begin testing and optimization.