Chevrolet’s rearview camera is optional on several of its models for 2015 and standard on others, including the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado. There’s no denying the usefullness of being able to see behind you instead of turning your entire head around to see, and General Motors has vowed to take the technology to even greater lengths, replacing the rearview mirror entirely in their upcoming 2016 CT6 flagship sedan.
As you probably know, a rearview camera system uses a center-mounted camera lense to provide a wide-angle view of the scene behind the car. Depending on the model, what the camera sees will be displayed on the center stack screen, or a section of the rearview mirror. Numerous models from the bowtie brand are now available with this tech including the Sonic, Cruze, Volt, Mlaibu, SS, Camaro, Equinox, Traverse, Express and more.