US: Chevrolet officially reveals the pricing details for the 2016 Camaro image

The sixth generation of the iconic muscle car has been officially introduced to the public back in May at Belle Isle park in its home town of Detroit, Michigan. Now its time for eager customers to know some pricing details.

The General Motors brand has announced the most affordable Camaro will go from $26, 695 (including $995 destination) – and we’re talking about the entry-level Camaro 1LT coupe. Meanwhile, the most powerful engine can only be had in 1SS trim which begins at $37,295. Featured standard equipment across the lineup includes keyless access (with push-button engine start/stop), LED daytime running lights, back-up camera, electronic parking brake and a sporty flat-bottom steering in leather. Additionally, each trim features Chevrolet MyLink with Apple CarPlay capability, OnStar 4G LTE connectivity with Wi-Fi hotspot, while comfort features include an automatic air conditioning system and a driver selector with Snow/Ice, Tour and Sport modes (additionally Track for the 1SS and 2SS). Who goes after the SS trims will also receive a limited-slip differential (manual gearbox), the active rev match tech (again manual) and a reconfigurable driver information display. It also comes with Brembo brakes, Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric run-flat tires and cooling systems for the engine oil, gearbox and differential.

The flagship 2SS will showcase a head-up display, Bose sound system, wireless charging, leather seats that get both heating and ventilation and a wide variety of safety & assistance systems: Side Blind Zone Alert with Lane Change Alert and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert. The company also introduced the Camaro visualizer where you can toy around and design the muscle car of your choice from the myriad of options –among them ten different body shades, five interior colors and numerous other accessories.

 

  • Focke Wulf

    nice looking camaro but they have failed with the int still has no headroom, if they keep this up they will never catch up to the mustang, but then again they never have