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2023 Chevrolet Camaro Gains New Colors, Starts at $27,495

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Chevrolet isn’t throwing in the towel yet for its iconic Camaro sports car. The Camaro continues into the 2023 model year with new paint colors, wheel designs and a new starting price of $27,495 (all pricing includes a $1,395 destination fee).

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New Colors, Wheel Designs

The 2023 Camaro is largely unchanged from the 2022 model. However, Chevrolet has added two new exterior paint color options: Radiant Red Metallic ($495) and Sharkskin Metallic (no extra cost).

Chevrolet is also debuting black 20-inch split five-spoke aluminum wheels for available Design Packages and LT models equipped with the available RS Package.

Continuing to Set Pace for Performance

Performance hardware carries over from the 2022 model year. The base 1LS trim is powered by a turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 275 horsepower. The 1LT, 2LT and 3LT models have an optional 3.6-liter V-6 good for 335 hp. Meanwhile, LT1 and SS models get a 455-hp, naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V-8, and the ZL1 gets a 650-hp, supercharged 6.2-liter V-8.

All variants come standard with a six-speed manual transmission. An optional eight-speed automatic can be had for $1,495 for Camaros equipped with the four-cylinder engine, $1,595 for V-6 and naturally aspirated V-8 models, and $2,395 for the ZL1.

Pricing and Release Date

The 2023 Camaro is available now. Convertible models cost an extra $6,000, though the option is not available with the 1LS trim. ZL1 pricing includes a $1,300-$2,100 gas-guzzler tax, depending on the transmission. Starting prices for the lineup are below:

  • 1LS: $27,495
  • 1LT 2.0: $27,995
  • 1LT 3.6: $29,590
  • 2LT 2.0: $29,995
  • 2LT 3.6: $31,590
  • 3LT 2.0: $33,995
  • 3LT 3.6: $35,590
  • LT1: $37,495
  • 1SS: $40,995
  • 2SS: $45,995
  • ZL1: $69,695

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