Camaro fans now have more choices. Chevrolet has announced three new things to consider.
The new Camaro SS gets a new front-end appearance. It’s based on the concept of the Camaro Shock show vehicle that debuted last fall at the SEMA Show. The bowtie has a new position in the upper grille, and there’s a body-color bar between the upper and lower grilles.
There will also be a new Camaro LT1 model. It draws from the Camaro LT and SS. The 455-horsepower engine is matched with a standard six-speed manual or an available 10-speed automatic. Starting at $34,995, Chevrolet says it’s the most affordable choice for V-8 performance in the Camaro lineup. It comes as a coupe or convertible.
A new 10-speed automatic will be available with the 3.6-liter V-6 engine Camaro LT. The 10-speed is offered with the Camaro SS and ZL1, but engineers have made some changes to perform with the V-6.
You have some time to decide what works for you. The 2020 Camaro lineup goes on sale early this fall.