Like other GM configurators, the one for the 2022 Chevy Camaro lets users pick from either the Coupe or Convertible body styles and to choose their preferred trim level. The trim levels for the 2022 Chevy Camaro carry over from the 2021 model and include 1LS, 1LT, 2LT, 3LT, LT1, 1SS, 2SS and ZL1. Users can also pick their preferred exterior and interior colors, packages and options.
We played around with the new Camaro configurator to show what kind of custom creations Chevy fans can make with it. Our example car is 1SS Coupe finished in the new-for-2022 Rapid Blue exterior color and with Medium Ash Gray interior upholstery. We also selected the pricy $4,095 Black Accent Exterior Package, which adds a satin black painted front splitter and side rockers, along with 20-inch split-spoke Satin Black wheels. Other options on our example car include black wheel nuts and locks, the sway bar upgrade kit, lowering suspension upgrade system, Chevrolet Performance Brembo brake system with red calipers, White Pearl body side spear stripes and White Pearl hood stripes.
This well-equipped Camaro would run buyers $56,920, including a $42,500 base price, $4,420 in selected packages, $7,815 in selected options and a $1,195 destination freight charge.
GM applied some minor changes to the Chevy Camaro order book for the 2022 model year. For starters, the 1LE track package is no longer available to order on LT models, while the beige Kalahari interior color has also been removed. The coupe has also done away with the Shock and Crush exterior colors, which have been indirectly replaced by Rapid Blue and Vivid Orange, as well as the 20-inch ‘Caliente’ wheel option. The Camaro Shock and Steel and Redline Edition packages return for 2022 and are joined by a new Design Package 3 equipment pack that includes 20-inch polished wheels, silver camaro logos, a black Camaro fender badge and Black sueded interior knee pads.
Check out the configurator at this link to create your own 2022 Chevy Camaro. The vehicle entered production at the GM Lansing Grand River Assembly plant earlier this month.