Here Are The 2020 COPO Camaro Colors8
Chevrolet‘s COPO Camaro is a force to be reckoned with on the drag strip. For those who want their drag monster to look the part, Chevrolet now offers more color choices than ever when it comes to ordering. In all, there is a total of 13 color choices for the 2020 COPO Camaro.
These include four production colors, seven heritage colors, and two color schemes inspired by John Force, as follows:
Base Color Options
- Summit White
- Red Hot
- Satin Steel Metallic
John Force Racings Inspired
- Metallic Black/Silver
- Silver Metallic/Black
Heritage Color Options
- Garnett Red
- Butternut Yellow
- Fathom Green
- Azure Turquoise
- Hugger Orange
- Olympic Gold
- Frosty Green
The 2020 COPO Camaro is available with:
- A revised version of the supercharged LSX-based 350 engine, featuring a 2.65L Magnuson supercharger and all-new LSX-SC cylinder heads, and
- An LSX-based naturally aspirated 427 engine
Also available is the Racer’s Package, which includes a carbon-fiber air inlet, dual batteries, weight box, parachute and a quick-change coupling (with the supercharged engine).
Only 69 COPO Camaro models will be produced for the 2020 model year. Customers can register for a chance to purchase a 2020 COPO Camaro at www.chevrolet.com/performance/copo-camaro. Registration originally opened in September 2019.
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At SEMA there is a 1970 Challenger that was used at the time to show the 26 colors available from Chrysler. A 27th color was added later in the year. 27 colors! Amazing.
Beautiful looking cars love the color combination my girl said if you get the orange with black stripe it will look like a cheeseburger from the sky
I have the flash green edition its gorgeous
You can charge up to a thousand dollars for paint colors …how about an up charge for some decent interior colors to replace the funeral parlor colors you now offer…..like many GM cars I had over the early years ie , 1964 Bonneville Convertible to name one ..
As for the first two comments, sounds like you guys can’t afford a new hot rod. Is it even realistic to compare a 69 copo to a 2020 copo? Two totally different eras. Third comment, whatever with the GF and the cheeseburger. Fourth and final comment ?? At least this guy has his mind in the right place and is in the same generation as the article describes. Not one of you guys can tell that a 2020 copo isn’t a bad ass highly sought after vehicle. Hats off to GM for continuing the copo Camaro!
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