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Chevrolet is rolling out some new Camaro muscle cars that are going to take over the scene. After over 54 years of producing the popular Camaro, we have learned some news about the next version of Chevrolet’s American muscle car. General Motors has continued its rivalry with the Ford Mustang that goes on to this day. The first Camaro that debuted in 1966 sold 285,748 vehicles and the love for customers enjoying a ride in a muscle car continues despite the growth of crossovers and SUVs. Chevrolet has added two new body colors for the 2021 model year with the Wild Cherry tint coat and the Red Hot color, a part of the Garnet Red option. These are appearance packages that carry a deep red hue and will cost an additional $495 for owners.
More On the New Camaro Appearance Package
The specific color code is GSK and the touch-up paint code is WA-252F. These colors will join Jet Black, Medium Ash Gray, Kalahari, Adrenaline Red, Ceramic White, and Jet Black w/ Red Accents. There are certain color options that will not pair together as the Wild Cherry color can not be paired with blue convertible tops. The 2021 model year is being produced at the General Motors Lansing Grand River plant. The assembling and shipping for the Camaro have begun after the COVID-19 outbreak slowed production down. But Chevrolet has started to move out its products including the 2020 Corvette along with the Camaro. In fact, sales have increased for the Camaro recently.
The Chevrolet Camaro Is Only Going Up!
Not long ago the Chevrolet brand added a new Z/28 to the Camaro trim list. The latest redesign for the Camaro is expected to come within the next couple of years. The goal of GM and its companies like Chevy is to focus on EVs and new electric vehicle batteries. GM is trying to work on lowering the price for the Camaro to generate more sales for the final quarter. The “Caliente” wheels that come in a two-tone grey-and-silver finish are 20 inches in diameter are going to be $295 less. Keep in mind that the Chevrolet Camaro has seen an increase in sales just last month. The Camaro rose 8 percent in September 2020 and we expect the Camaro to grow in sales over the holidays. Want to find out why a Camaro is the right fit for any driver’s speed racing fix? Allow us to help make it possible at Miami Lakes Automall.
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Many muscle cars are well-known and respected, but few are the Chevrolet Camaro. The latest Camaro is considered one of the last great pony cars available. The Camaro was made famous with superior driving dynamics that have shaped the Camaro over the years. Unfortunately, all good things come to an end. For generations, the Camaro served as the premiere fast-car of the Chevrolet brand, but word has leaked that Chevy will be discontinuing the vehicle in 2023. The nearly 55 years of the Camaro will leave behind a lasting legacy. The Chevrolet Camaro faced a difficult time selling vehicles back in 2002 and was close to being shelved then. The Chevrolet Corvette has taken the top spot among the premiere, fast Chevy vehicle.
Step Into the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro
The latest Chevy models have various trims, including the 277 horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder base model Camaro 1LS up to the remarkable 650-horsepower Camaro Z1 trim. The high-end Camaro gives drivers the strength of the 6.2-Liter supercharged V8 DI engine that supplies 650 lb-ft of torque to go with all that remarkable horsepower. The latest Chevrolet Camaro also has heated and ventilated seating, the high-end Bose premium audio system and a steering wheel made with suede microfiber material. Stepping into the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro, buyers will notice how well-made this vehicle is, inside and out.
Will the Camaro Nameplate Be Retired?
General Motors has confirmed they did not make a decision yet. Time will tell, but the Camaro has seen sales slide in more recent years. This is despite Chevrolet and General Motors placing a lot of effort to make the latest Camaro vehicles the best pony cars on the market today. The Ford Mustang is also seeing low numbers, so it is not just General Motors and Chevrolet that is experiencing lower sales for their flagship cars. However, the truth remains that Chevy has not listed the Camaro as a vehicle that will be updated or given a new generation past 2023, as currently listed.
“While we will not engage in speculation, we will remind you of our recently announced updates coming to the Camaro lineup this fall. An all-new LT1 model will provide customers V8 power with the design and affordability of our LT trim. The award-winning SS model will feature a new front fascia from the Camaro Shock concept. All of our updates are customer-driven to improve the car and its driving experience.” According to General Motors.
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There’s a new sheriff in town and it’s the “Shock Yellow” colored 2019 Chevrolet Camaro. The latest Camaro is a stunning vehicle, not just by the new paint color, but for many reasons. As far as the refreshed Chevrolet Camaro goes, owners will be hard-pressed to find a better example of a modern sports car that offers the same combination of versatility and style as a Camaro. New accessories will be offered for the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro for others to enjoy, starting with the Recaro seats, Brembo six-piston front brake kit, new cold-air intake kits and a suspension upgrade from the intense 1LE Camaro models.
A Closer Look Into the New 2019 Chevrolet Camaro
An incredible piece of engineering with a redesigned front end and a fresh approach with the front boasts better outward visibility. Far from dated, Chevrolet is moving the Camaro series ahead with the stunning body color paint options, including a Satin Steel Gray, Shadow Gray Metallic, Riverside Blue Metallic and the aforementioned Shock Yellow. Chevrolet addressed feedback to remove the Chevrolet logo, the bowtie emblem, from the middle of the front bumper beam to the upper section of the grille. The grille was also previously marked with a black plastic rim that has been changed to match the same body color as the vehicle, which is up to the owner’s choice. Additional changes were made like adding some style in the carbon-fiber fuel-filler door and black Camaro badges. A black rear wing and a lush elongated front look command attention like few other vehicles deliver.
How Strong Is the Latest Camaro?
Few vehicles are as exhilarating and exciting for drivers to enjoy on a daily basis; the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro is not one of those vehicles. Offering up to 650 horsepower in the powerful 6.2-Liter supercharged V8 engine is one way to drive up excitement. Owners of the new Camaro will be thrilled to take one for a spin and embrace the refinement and power. (How does a 0-60 speed of just 3.5 seconds sound?) The other powertrain options include the trusted Pentastar 3.6-Liter V6 that gets 335 horsepower or the 455 horsepower 6.2-Liter V8 engine – how much horsepower a driver wants is up to the owner’s discretion. The base model, 1LS coupe begins at only $25,000 MSRP (plus destination fee) while the base model convertible is just $31,500 MSRP (plus destination fee) as both models carry the new turbocharged 2.0-Liter four-cylinder that offers 275 horsepower. We’d opt for the strongest engine, but that’s just us.
All trims are stunning and offer fantastic speed and power. The 10-speed automatic is optional for all V8 engines, while the eight-speed automatic transmission is available for all trims. Chevy loyalists will rejoice as this Camaro really provides each owner with a winner.
More About the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro
The interior of the Camaro includes a standard 7.0-inch touchscreen with the available 8.0-inch touchscreen option. The latest Chevrolet infotainment system is the Infotainment 3 system that provides optional navigation, a standard backup camera that has been enhanced to include a wider view with the user able to zoom and adjust the brightness levels of the view. The 2019 Chevrolet Camaro has decent gas mileage for a vehicle as high-performance as the Camaro is. Owners will gain 22 city and 31 highway mpg starting with the base model Camaro 1LS. To find out more about this incredible vehicle, which will arrive in early 2019, we hope you reach out to Miami Lakes Automall today.
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The new 2019 Chevrolet Camaro is ready for customers to take home. For over fifty years, the Chevy Camaro has become a legendary vehicle. The latest edition is complete with multiple powertrain options, and there’s no denying the flexibility now offered with the 2019 Camaro. A mid-cycle refresh for the Chevy Camaro produces new front fascia for LS, LT, RS and SS trims. For all trims, the rear fascia includes sculpted LED taillamps, new 19-inch silver-painted aluminum wheels and a new rear camera mirror. The LS and LT trims receive LED taillamps with red lenses and the SS and ZL1 trims have LED taillamps with dark-tinted neutral-density, clear lenses. The real changes that are exciting are the bumps in horsepower and powertrain options for the new 2019 Chevy Camaro.
What’s Under the Hood?
The 2019 Chevrolet Camaro has four gasoline engine options, the first of which is a 2.0-Liter LTG Turbo I4 rated at 275 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque standard for the 1LS, 1LT and 2LT and as an option for the 3LT. The six-speed manual transmission is standard on all trims. With the 3.6-Liter LGX naturally-aspirated V6 rated at 335 horsepower and 284 lb-ft of torque, optional on 1LT and 2LT trims and standard for the 3LT. The eight-speed automatic is available on the LS and LT trims. The 2019 Chevy Camaro is solely exclusive with rear-wheel-drive.
There are two 6.2-Liter powertrains available with the 2019 Chevy Camaro. The 6.2-Liter LT1 naturally-aspirated V8 has 455 horsepower with 455 lb-ft of torque standard for the 1SS and 2 SS trims. For the SS and ZL1 trims, a 10-speed automatic transmission is available and pairs wonderfully on the premium engine, the other 6.2-Liter powertrain. The 6.2-Liter LT4 supercharged V8 gets 650 horsepower with 650 lb-ft of torque standard.
What Else Is New With The 2019 Chevy Camaro?
The 2019 Chevy Camaro comes in three new exterior body paint colors – Satin Steel Gray Metallic, Shadow Gray Metallic and Riverside Blue Metallic. Drivers will gain a sophisticated Driver Selector Mode with four modes available for various driving conditions. Snow/Ice, Tour, Sport, and Track (SS and ZL1 trims only) are the several modes. Depending on the weather, the driver can easily switch their driving mode to adapt to the surroundings outside.
The interior has switched up from the Chevrolet MyLink infotainment systems to the latest Chevy infotainment system, the third-generation Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system. The rear view camera is standard for only the 2SS and ZL1 and only available for those trims.
For those looking for a new 2019 Chevrolet Camaro, the base trim 1LS Coupe begins at just $25,000 MSRP (plus destination fee) and comes stock with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine provides 275 horsepower with 295 lb-ft of torque. With 20 city and 30 highway MPG, the Camaro is fuel efficient for a performance car. The rush of driving one and owning the road is more fun with a Camaro.
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Miami Lakes Automall is your place for all things Camaro, whether you’re looking to buy, sell or lease a vehicle, we can help out. From all-new Chevrolet to late model pre-owned vehicles, we’re your destination to buy, lease, trade-in or sell a vehicle. Our team welcomes you to visit for a test drive and can accomodate what your exact needs are.
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Chevy has recently unveiled a lot of upcoming refreshes to future models, and one of the biggest shockers was the announcement about the changes that will be made to the 2019 Camaro.
The 2019 Chevy Camaro will have a refreshed exterior design and there will be changes made to the trims and engine options.
Exterior Design Changes
As a vehicle built for performance all changes made to the design of the Camaro are to improve performance. 2019 Camaro trims all have different exterior features that make it easier for people to distinguish the trims. All Camaro trims have new rear fascia designs, and the Camaro SS and Camaro RS Appearance package have new 20-inch wheels and the rear fascias have specific diffusers when the Camaro is equipped with Dual Mode Exhaust.
The Camaro SS has a couple modifications, like aero-enhancing air curtains and a “flowtie,” which means the bowtie grille emblem is actually open, to improve air flow and engine cooling. The Camaro SS also has new headlamps that are specific to the SS trim and a new extractor-style hood.
The Camaro LT is available with the RS Appearance Package and it has been modified. The new package has a new polished black grille with Galvano Chrome lower inserts, a unique rear fascia with rear diffuser, and new LED headlamps.
New Trim: Turbo 1LE
The 2019 Camaro lineup has a new trim, the Turbo 1LE. The new trim is equipped with a 275-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged engine and it has a variety of features like specially tuned dampers and a FE3 suspension that enhance the vehicle’s performance on the track. Due to the special tuning and enhancements, the Camaro Turbo 1LE has nearly 50/50 weight distribution.
Other changes to the 201 Camaro include a new more advanced infotainment system called Infotainment 3. The new system has an easier-to-use interface and there are more ways for users to personalize the system. All 2019 Camaros will be equipped with a 7- or 8-inch touchscreen and an improved rear-vision camera system.
Chevy Camaro Available at Miami Lakes Automall
Chevrolet hasn’t announced when the new 2019 Chevy Camaro will arrive at dealerships, but in the meantime, Miami Lakes Automall has a great selection of 2018 Chevy Camaro models including the Camaro SS, Camaro LT and Camaro ZL1. Miami Lakes Automall is open seven days a week, so come take a Camaro for a test drive today.
Available with 650-horsepower, the Chevy Camaro is a fierce muscle car, and Chevy has taken that fierceness up a notch with the new addition of the 2018 COPO Camaro.
About COPO Camaro
The COPO Camaro was originally introduced in 1969 and it was designed as a drag car to compete in NHRA races. The name COPO comes from Central Office Production Orders, which was a vehicle-ordering system that was only available to fleet buyers, like law enforcement departments or taxi companies. Unlike regular consumers, fleet buyers could purchase a group of cars and have them configured with certain options and some options, like special drivetrain combinations, were not available for regular production models.
According to HotRod.com, Chevrolet dealership owner and drag racer, Fred Gibb, “was tired of seeing Cobra Jet Mustangs and Hemi Darts beating up on Camaros, so he worked with insiders at Chevrolet Performance using this ordering process to create the COPO 9560-a ’69 Camaro.”
The special new COPO Camaro build included several new parts, including an aluminum ZL1 427 engine, a heavy-duty cooling system, transistor ignition, a stronger rear axle and front disc brakes. Production of the special ZL1 Camaros was limited to 69 models, and that’s the reason production of the new COPO Camaros has been limited to 69 models since they were reintroduced for the 2012 model year.
2018 COPO Camaro
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Chevy Camaro Hot Wheels, Chevy unveiled the 2018 COPO Camaro alongside the 2018 Chevy Camaro Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Edition at Hot Wheels headquarters in California. The 2018 COPO Camaro is available in an exclusive exterior color called Supercrush, and there’s also a Hot Wheels Appearance package, too.
The 2018 COPO Camaro is available with three different engines, a 302 racing engine, a 427 engine or a supercharged 350 racing engine. All COPO Camaro models are built for NHRA’s Stock Eliminator classes and they are all equipped with a racing chassis and suspension components. The supercharged 350 engine allows the COPO Camaro to complete a quarter-mile in the mid-eight second range.
Want a legendary 2018 COPO Camaro for yourself? Those interested in purchasing a COPO Camaro have to register for a chance to win one of the 69 models. Registrations can be completed at chevrolet.com/performance/copo-registration and winners will be selected at random.
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Last month, the 2018 COPO Camaro was revealed at the Hot Wheels headquarters and the reveal included a road-ready model for adults and a 2018 Camaro Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Edition for kids (and maybe adults, too).
Here are the details of the road-ready 2018 COPO Camaro!
- The engine is a 302 racing engine based on the Camaro SS LT1 engine. The engine is modified for drag racing.
- This vehicle comes with a short-stroke crankshaft that allows for higher rpm capability.
- The engine is backed by a ARI TH400 three-speed automatic transmission.
- Other engine options include a 472 (7-liter) engine and a supercharged 350 (5.7-liter) engine.
- The supercharged engine shreds the quarter mile in mid 8-seconds at 160 mph.
- Performance features for COPO models include a solid rear axle system, racing chassis and racing suspension.
So how do you get your hands on a 2018 COPO Camaro? That’s the trick. Chevy is only producing 69 models and people have to register for a chance to purchase the available models. Registrants will be picked at random by a third-party company. Why 69 models? That’s another little piece of history. The COPO Camaro program started in 1969 and that same year there were 69 models ordered by dealers, and since the program started up again in 2012, production has been limited to 69 models.