Chevrolet tweaks the options list for the 2021 Camaro
|driving.ca 26 Mar 2020 at 05:57|
Chevrolet is making a few changes to the Camaro for the 2021 model year, but looking over the trends in what it’s tweaking, we hope the company doesn’t make too many more.
Folks over at GM Authority spotted the changes in the car’s official order guide, which outlines all aspects of the forthcoming vehicle.
As of 2020, – for the most part – and it actually doesn’t look too horrible now.
Unfortunately, Chevy is changing the looks again, by removing the awesome Rally Green metallic paint colour from the options list. Wild Cherry Tintcoat is also replacing Garnet Red Tintcoat, and will be an extra-cost option.
Chevrolet has also diluted the regular V8-powered 1LE so that plebs can buy it, adding a 10-speed automatic transmission to the options list. Previously, the vehicle was offered only with a six-speed manual transmission, as it was made for people who enjoy driving yet somehow also wanted a Chevy.
Chevrolet’s 1LE package makes you want to drive your Camaro lap after lap
There is one good thing Chevrolet is adding to the Camaro, and that’s wireless capability for your smartphone, so it can connect to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Remember not to play with your phone/infotainment while driving, though.
Canadian pricing has yet to be released, but we reckon it will have to stay pretty close to current prices, lest Chevy lose more sales in the muscle car segment to Dodge and Ford.