The 2020 Chevrolet Camaro received a slew of changes and updates over the poorly-received 2019 model year Camaro, including a redesigned front fascia, a new entry-level V8 performance model called the Camaro LT1 and a new Rally Green exterior color.
General Motors showed us the updated front fascia and new Camaro LT1 model right off the bat, but it didn’t have photos of a Rally Green 2020 Camaro to immediately share with us. Luckily longtime Camaro chief engineer Al Oppenheiser is fairly active online and recently posted photos of a Rally Green 2020 Camaro SS Convertible to his Facebook page, giving us our first real look at the new exterior color.
Unlike the emerald Rally Green that was offered on the 1968 and 1969 Camaro, this color appears very dark in the sun and is even darker than the old Lime Rock Green shade that was offered on the C7 Corvette from launch. The car Al posted a photo of also has a white interior, which contrasts well with the dark exterior shade. This car also has gloss black wheels, black mirror caps and a black Chevy bowtie.
These photos also give us a look at the Camaro’s updated front end in a color other than Shock Yellow and Hyper Blue. Compared with the 2019 Camaro, the new front fascia moves the Chevrolet bowtie emblem from the crossbar in the center of the fascia to the upper portion of the grille and also gets rid of the black-painted portions The redesign was first previewed with a design concept shown at the 2019 SEMA show.
GM says the 2020 Camaro SS and the rest of the 2020 Camaro lineup will go on sale early this fall, with production set to begin at its Lansing Grand River Assembly plant in Michigan shortly.