Those looking to get their grubby paws on a squaky-clean upper-level 2011 Chevy Camaro are going to have to pay a little extra when it arrives in dealerships this fall. Both the 2LT and 2SS models will carry a $350 premium compared to the 2010 model, raising the MSRP to $28,075 and $35,145, respectively. The lower-level LS, 1LT and 1SS models, however, will carry the same MSRP as 2010 models. These prices continue the trend of Chevy’s pony car being priced a tad higher than crosstown rival Ford and its Mustang models.
The 2011 Camaro will also offer new features such as a Heads Up Display (HUD), the availability of Synergy Green on all trim levels (though numbers will still be limited), and the SAE rating of 312-hp for the (same) 3.6L V6 engine. Now if only we can get the convertible model, which seems to have been delayed until the fall, to launch sooner rather than later… or even the possibility of T-Tops.[Source: Camaro5]