The Chevrolet Camaro has been discontinued, and the name will revert to electric

The Chevrolet Camaro has been discontinued, and the name will revert to electric

The Chevrolet Camaro as we know it is coming to an end. A farewell version of the rear-wheel-drive sports coupe, the Collector’s Edition, was released.

It is treated as an option package, which can be applied to the LT and SS versions. As for the Camaro ZL1 sports car, the Collector’s Edition will be limited to 350 units.

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Non-ZL1 Camaro Collector Editions feature a metallic black paint job with black contrast-finish stripes and a longer spoiler. The ZL1 has a specific finish, with a matte black paint job accompanied by glossy black bands.

  • In addition to bidding farewell to the Camaro, buyers of this edition will receive two decals and a special 45mm Shinola Canfield Sport watch.
  • Still Chevrolet Brazil Sports shows in its range, in SS version and priced at R$518,800.
  • The Farewell Edition shouldn’t come here, it should be the end of the Camaro in Brazil when the model’s stocks run out.
  • General Motors has already confirmed there won’t be a direct successor, but the Chevrolet Camaro name may return in a different, electrified product.

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