Chevrolet Camaro returns for the last time, with a new look and a limited edition of just 350 cars.
Chevrolet has decided to make a farewell gesture to one of the iconic models in the history of the automotive industry, which appeared in the mid-1960s, and introduced a special version of the Camaro Collector's Edition sports car, known as the Panther, which has every chance of leaving an unforgettable mark in the hearts of car enthusiasts.
With the arrival of the Chevrolet Camaro Collector's Edition onto the automotive scene, it's time to say goodbye to this legendary model. Many car enthusiasts and Camaro fans will regret her departure, but Chevrolet decided to make this farewell gesture in a special way. The Collector's Edition not only offers new designs and exclusive features, but also reminds us of the model's history, bringing it back to its roots and the Panther name. The limited edition will include the 2024 RS and SS models and the high-performance Camaro ZL-1 (North American market only).
Style and sophistication in every detail
Major versions of the Chevrolet Camaro Collector's Edition will receive new styling and an exclusive Panther Black body color. This deep gloss will give the car an elegance and chic that will emphasize its sporty character. However, the most powerful modification of the Camaro ZL1, a special version of the Collector's Edition, will stand out with an even more unique design.
The main tone of the body of this model will be matte, and this will be a real innovation for the Camaro. In addition, the Collector's Edition Camaro ZL1 will feature a rear spoiler and wing borrowed from the 1LE track version. Only 350 lucky people will be able to enjoy this exclusive modification.
Changes in the engine range
In addition to the new design, Chevrolet has announced significant changes to its engine range for the latest model year of the Camaro. A decisive step was taken - to remove the most affordable engine, a two-liter "turbo-four" with a capacity of 275 horsepower. As a result of this, the base version will be a coupe with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that develops 335 horsepower. This decision will strengthen Chevrolet's position in the sports car market and offer more powerful options for those looking for a truly adrenaline driving experience.
Such a miracle of automotive art will be available for almost 40 thousand US dollars.
As we say goodbye to the Chevrolet Camaro Collector's Edition, we look forward to new chapters in the Chevrolet story that promise to be no less exciting and innovative. General Motors management does not name a "successor", but assures that this is "not the end of the story" of sports cars in the Chevrolet lineup.