The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro online configurator is up and running now for those willing to pay at least 26,695 USD.
This is the price of the entry-level 1LT version, while the 2LT starts from 30,795 USD. Go for the more powerful 1SS and you will have to pay at least 37,295 USD. The range-topping 2SS carries a starting price of 42,295 USD.
The company is offering seven standard and three premium exterior colors, as well as two different interior schemes. One 18-inch and two 20-inch alloy wheel sets will be available.
Even the base 1LT variant comes nicely equipped with audio system with 6 speakers, USB and AUX ports, electric front seats, keyless entry and engine start, leather steering wheel and gear knob, rearview camera, electronic parking brake, etc.
The 1SS models come with a limited-slip differential (manual gearbox only), a configurable driver information center and the active rev matching technology. Brembo brakes, Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric run-flat tires and cooling systems for the engine oil, gearbox and differential are also included in the equipment list.
The top-of-the range 2SS has heated and ventilated electric front seats, heated steering wheel, wireless charging for devices, rear spoiler and 20-inch alloys among others. Additional equipment includes 6-piston front brake kit, dual-mode performance exhaust, premium carpeted floor mats and others.
As we have already informed you, the base 2.0-liter turbo Camaro needs 5.4 seconds (5.5 seconds with the 8-speed automatic) to sprint from a standstill to 96 km/h (60 mph). The 3.6 V6 version needs 5.2 (5.1) seconds and the SS variant does this task in 4.3 (4.0) seconds.
The first customer deliveries of the 2016 Camaro are scheduled for mid-November.