The 2020 Camaro has been announced, and it’s bringing new styling changes to the iconic Bow Tie brand sports car. This latest update follows on the heels of a refresh that dropped for the 2019 Camaro, making the 2020 Camaro essentially a “refresh of a refresh.” And now, customers can opt in to a little extra aesthetic zest thanks to the reintroduction of the Redline Edition package.
The sixth-generation Camaro previously introduced the Redline Edition package for the 2018 model year, which was introduced at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show alongside a slew of additional Chevy Redline Edition vehicles.
This time around, the package adds the following equipment:
- 20-inch black aluminum wheels with red accents
- Black Camaro badges with a red outline on fenders
- Redline Edition stripes
- Red seat belts
- Red knee pads
- Premium carpeted floor mats
Interested customers can add the Redline Package to the majority of trim levels on offer, including 1LT, 2LT, 3LT, 1SS, and 2SS. Note that the Redline package is not available on the base 1LS, the new LT1 trim level, or the Camaro 1LE.
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- * 1LS trim level available on Camaro Coupe only.
- 1 – Requires RS Package, Jet Black interior and exterior color Satin Steel Metallic, Summit White or Black.
- 2 – Requires Jet Black interior and exterior color Satin Steel Metallic, Summit White or Black.
To note, the Redline Edition package will not be available at the start of production, but will instead join the lineup later on for the 2020 model year.
Previously, the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro Redline Edition offered the package for the LT and SS trim levels, including both the hardtop coupe and convertible body styles. Those 2018 model year Redline Edition Camaros came equipped with 20-inch wheels with a red hash mark, a black hash mark graphic on the front fenders, blacked-out trim in back, darker taillamp covers, and new carpets to match the red stitching.
The Redline Edition package was discontinued with the 2019 model year changeover. However, it’s now back for the 2020 Camaro – as it should be. If ever there was a nameplate deserving of a package named “Redline,” it’s the Camaro.
That said, the future of the Camaro might be in jeopardy, as rumors continue to swirl that the current, sixth-generation model will not get a successor after it runs its course around the 2023 calendar year. However, we have full faith that Chevrolet will continue to offer a sporty and affordable two-door vehicle along the lines of the Camaro.