The 2019 Chevrolet Camaro carries on a long tradition of offering World-class horsepower and performance in a vehicle the average American can easily afford. Offered as a coupe or convertible, the Camaro lineup ranges from the basic LS muscle car to the steroid-laden ZL1 complete with a 650-horsepower V8. Between both of these extremes would be the bread and butter cuts, namely the SS coupe and convertible, which strike a great balance between performance and affordability.
In short, the Camaro offers more power and functionality than cars costing Twice as much, proving you do not have to spend a lot to acquire a lot. Because more clients are moving away from automobiles and to SUVs, Chevrolet expects the Camaro’s long history, impressive performance capacities and long-time competition with the Ford Mustang and the Dodge Challenger will be sufficient to maintain its earnings on track.
What’s New for 2019?
For 2019, the Camaro lineup receives fresh entrance – and – rear-end styling, Updated 7- and – 8-in infotainment systems and new wheels on RS and SS packs. The LT turbocharged cars can now be equipped with the Turbo 1LE bundle that brings much of the suspension and performance upgrades from the Track Performance package. SS models receive a brand new 10-speed automatic transmission, a rear backup camera mirror (2SS) and forward-collision caution (2SS coupe). The ZL1 additionally receives most of the SS updates.
Standard Features & Options
The base-level Camaro 1LS ($25,995 coupe) offers regular 18-in metal Wheels, a 6-speed manual transmission system, a 7-in touchscreen GM’s MyLink infotainment system, a backup camera, keyless access with push-button beginning, dual power front seats, Bluetooth sound and telephone connectivity, USB ports for audio and automatic headlights.
Transmission and remote launch.
The 1LT Provides an optional Tech package that includes a bigger Touchscreen, voice controls to the infotainment system, a 9-speaker Bose audio system and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
Provides the upgraded infotainment system in the Technology bundle, together with heated and ventilated front seats and dual-zone automatic climate control. An optional Convenience andLighting bundle adds rear parking sensors, a heads-up screen, a better gauge cluster, driver’s-seat memory, customizable interior light, a heated steering wheel, a wireless charging system and safety features like lane-departure warning, a blind spot monitoring system and back cross-traffic alert.
The Camaro 3LT ($31,995, coupe), ($37,995, convertible) adds the 3.6-liter V6 engine, Bose audio, navigation along with a frameless rear view mirror.
A sport-themed RS bundle is available on either LT model and provides Appearance updates, 20-in metal wheels and xenon headlights. The 1LE package delivers the FE3 suspension components from the SS and 20-in forged aluminum wheels, Brembo brakes, a track-cooling package, the SS high-performance fuel system and also a dual-exhaust system.
Engine, a 6-speed manual along with all the 1LT’s features, plus xenon headlights, 20-in wheels, the upgraded infotainment system and improved performance possibilities like enhanced brakes, a sport suspension and a limited-slip differential. The SS can be equipped with a 10-speed automated transmission.
The 2SS ($42,995 coupe, $48,995 non refundable ) unites the 2LT’s equipment Together with the 1SS’s V8 engine and performance upgrades. Additionally, it comprises the 2LT’s Convenience and Lighting package as standard equipment. The coupe features standard forward-collision warning.
The ZL1 ($62,495 coupe, $68,495 convertible) adds a supercharged version of The 6.2-liter V8, a distinctive shaker-style hood, exceptional 20-in forged aluminum Wheels, an upgraded suspension and steering, Brembo brakes and Recaro front Seats. Options include the available 1LE Extreme Track bundle, a power Sunroof, a navigation system plus a sport-exhaust system. The ZL1 can be Equipped with a 10-speed automated transmission.