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June 6, 2023

Sixth-Generation Chevrolet Camaro To Bow Out With Collector's Edition

You are looking at the last Chevrolet Camaro as we know it. Before its transition into what could possibly be an all-electric crossover by 2025 (or 2026), the current and sixth-generation muscle car will bow out with this special Collector’s Edition model.

The 2024 Camaro Collector’s Edition has ties that date back to the development of the original Camaro. Panther, the original code name for the program that became the Camaro in the 1960s, provided inspiration for the Chevrolet Performance Design Studio’s efforts to cement the sixth generation of the car in history.

The Collector’s Edition equips LT/RS, LT1, and SS trims with a new Panther Black Metallic Tintcoat paint, Satin Black accent stripes, 20-inch Satin Black or optional Polished Forged Wheels, the front splitter from the 1LE package and coupes receive the rear spoiler from the ZL1 package.

Meanwhile, the 650 horsepower LT4-powered ZL1 Collector’s Edition, limited to 350 units, will feature a Panther Black Matte exterior color – the first matte paint offered on Camaro from the factory. The ZL1 will also feature the front splitter from the ZL1 1LE, and the rear wing from ZL1 1LE on coupes. The Black Metallic ZL1 stripe, red brake calipers and black lug nuts complete the exterior look. On the inside, all 350 Collector’s Edition ZL1 vehicles receive a serialized steering wheel badge representing where that vehicle was built in sequence.

Across all builds, Camaro Collector’s Editions receive unique front fender script badging that integrates a panther into the “R,” and a panther on the steering wheel badge. These Camaro builds also feature special floor mats with a laser-etched aluminum Collector’s Edition logo and unique black interior treatments.

The Camaro Collector’s Edition will also receive a welcome kit which contains two posters commemorating the Camaro generations and the Collector’s Edition.

Camaro ZL1 Collector’s Edition owners will also receive a bespoke Canfield Sport 45 mm watch from Shinola commemorating the Collector’s Edition, with an inscribed serial number that matches the number on their vehicle’s steering wheel badge. Thoughtfully crafted to carry the same ebonized presence as the 2024 Camaro Collector’s Edition, this wearable keepsake hosts Camaro and panther motifs, from the panther engraved watch band to the Camaro logo housed on the watch face.

After nine years in the market, the sixth-generation Camaro will retire at the conclusion of the 2024 model year. This was confirmed by Chevrolet, which said the final units will come off the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Michigan in January next year.


  1. Will ICE cars really die soon?

    1. In some markets, yes...they're not giving any alternative to cut greenhouse gas emissions.


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