Chevrolet is officially done producing the 2014 model-year Camaro 1LE and will soon begin production of the 2015 model year vehicles. Camaro News has all the production numbers for the second year of 1LE sales, letting us know how many 1LE’s of each color were sold in 2014.
The 1LE is a good value proposition for the Camaro buyer who likes the Z/28 or ZL1, but doesn’t need anything that performance-oriented or that powerful. You can drive it every day, unlike the Z/28, and it doesn’t have an absurd and potentially dangerous amount of power on tap, like the 580 horsepower ZL1.
If you scooped up a Crystal Red 1LE this year then congratulations, you have the rarest 1LE made in 2014. Only 94 Crystal Red 1LEs are in the United States, with additional 5 in Canada. The next most uncommon color on the 1LE is Blue Ray, with 104 in the US and 16 in Canada, followed by Silver, with 122 units in the US and 7 in Canada.
The most common color for the ’14 1LE was Black, unsurprisingly. 627 Black 1LE’s were sold in the US and 63 were sold in Canada. The second most common was White, with 533 cars in the US and 44 in Canada. Red Hot fell in the middle of the pack, moving 309 units in the US and 18 in Canada, along with Ashen Gray, which sold 220 units in the US and 21 in Canada. Rounding it off is Red Rock, with 136 units sold stateside and 12 in Canada and Yellow, with 128 units in the US and only 11 in Canada.
In total, the 2014 Camaro 1LE production run totaled 2,468 units, with 2,271 staying in the United States and 197 ending up in Canada. The majority of 1LE buyers opted for the 2SS package, with 1,792 customers choosing the option. That means there are only 676 1SS 1LE’s running around. So if you happen to have a 2014 1SS 1LE painted in Red Rock, you’ve got a unicorn on your hands.