The present sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro bows out with the 2024 mannequin 12 months, and whereas Chevy hasn’t introduced a retirement of the nameplate, there is not a direct successor in sight.
To mark the top of the present automotive’s run, Chevy will have fun with a particular Collector’s Version package deal out there on the 1LT, LT1, SS, and ZL1 grades. The package deal does not deliver any efficiency to the desk however focuses on enhancing the type of the Camaro.
For the 1LT, LT1, and SS grades, the package deal provides a singular black paint end known as Panther Black Metallic Tintcoat. The Panther title is a reference to the Camaro’s authentic code title used during the early development days within the Nineteen Sixties, and at one level was considered for the final name of the automotive.
“We discovered it becoming for this Collector’s Version Camaro to formally acknowledge the importance of the unique code title and share it with Camaro lovers,” Wealthy Scheer, Chevrolet Efficiency’s design director, stated in an announcement.
2024 Chevrolet Camaro SS Collector’s Version
Additionally included within the Collector’s Version package deal are satin black accent stripes, 20-inch wheels, a entrance splitter borrowed from the 1LE package, and a rear spoiler (coupe solely) borrowed from the ZL1 grade.
For the Camaro ZL1, the Collector’s Version package deal brings the identical Panther Black paint however with a singular matte end. The package deal will even add the entrance splitter and rear wing (coupe solely) from the hardcore ZL1 1LE, a black metallic stripe and pink brake calipers. The ZL1 Collector’s Version will even be restricted to 350 models, and every will function a serialized steering wheel badge.
All Collector’s Version automobiles will even include customized badging on the surface, customized ground mats, and a welcome package with posters and an identical watch from Shinola.
The costs for the package deal are $4,995 for the 1LT, which additionally requires the $1,950 RS package deal; $5,495 for the LT1, which requires the $1,495 RS package deal; $5,995 for the 1SS, and $14,995 for the ZL1. That brings the overall costs for Camaros with the Collector’s Version package deal to $39,440 for the 1LT, $47,385 for the LT1, $49,890 for the SS, and $88,690 for the ZL1. The costs embody vacation spot however the Fuel Guzzler Tax is excluded from the ZL1’s worth.