Don't expect a complete overhaul of the Chevrolet Camaro in 2021. However, there will be a few minor changes to the sports car. Updates include new exterior options, tweaks to interior features, and some changes to the various packages.
While production on the 2020 Camaro is set to end next Wednesday, August 5th, 2021 production will pick right up on Thursday, August 6th, 2020. Production will continue taking place at the GM Lansing Grand River assembly facility in Lansing, Michigan. Orders for the 2021 Camaro opened on March 26th, 2020.
The 2021 model marks the sixth year for the 6th Generation Camaro. Exterior paint options include the addition of Wild Cherry Tintcoat, which will come at an extra cost to buyers. Garnet Red Tintcoat and Rally Green will no longer be available. Additionally, the Camaro Insignia Package and two LPO-level wheels were dropped for 2021.
Interior upgrades include wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Wireless device charging will now be standard on 3LT and 2SS trim levels.
There will also be various changes to the packages. The RS model will now be offered on LT1 models. This will add dark LED tail lamps, a package-specific grille treatment, black Bow Tie badging, and a decklid spoiler. 20-inch wheels will be added to the 1LT, 2LT, and 3LT trims. LT1 models will now be offered with the Redline Edition package. This adds 20in wheels, black fender badging, new graphics, red seat belts, red knee pads, and premium carpeted floor mats.
While the future remains uncertain for the Camaro, there are hopes for a re-imagined vehicle down the line. Keep up to date with Camaro news at camarostoreonline.com.