2023 Chevy Camaro ZL1 To Lose 1LE Spec Visible Carbon Fiber Spoiler14
The 2023 model year Chevy Camaro ZL1 will not be available to order with the optional 1LE Spec visible carbon fiber spoiler, GM Authority has learned.
The optional ZL1 1LE Spec visible carbon fiber spoiler is an LPO-level, dealer-installed option that was available to order on the 2022 model year Camaro in the 1SS, 2SS and ZL1 trim levels with the Coupe body style only. This option, tagged with RPO code 6ZQ, allowed customers to equip the Camaro 1SS, 2SS, or ZL1 with the tall exposed carbon fiber spoiler that typically comes with the 1LE package for the Camaro ZL1. This was a rather pricy option, coming in at $5,595. It’s worth noting that t he 6ZQ spoiler is also currently unavailable to order on the 2022 model year Chevy Camaro as well.
The 2023 Chevy Camaro will also drop the optional Sport pedals kit (RPO VEB), as we reported previously. This was another LPO-level option and was available on all 2022 Chevy Camaro trim levels except for the supercharged ZL1. This part carried a $165 pricetag on Chevy Camaro models equipped with the eight-speed automatic transmission and $190 to equip on models with the six-speed manual.
These are among a handful of small changes that will be applied to the nameplate for the 2023MY. Another key revision in-store will include the addition of the new Radiant Red and Sharkskin Metallic exterior colors. Radiant Red will be offered with the Camaro’s various exterior Design Package equipment groups, while Sharkskin Metallic will be available with the Shock and Steel Special Edition package.
Production of the 2023 Chevy Camaro in both the Coupe and Convertible body styles will commence at the GM Lansing Grand River Plant in Michigan on June 6th, 2022. GM Authority intel suggests the nameplate will remain in production until the end of the 2024 model year, at which point the automaker will put the Camaro to pasture to focus on electric Chevy performance models instead. A farewell special edition package is expected to be introduced for the 2024 model as a quiet send-off for the long-running nameplate.
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They might get the name gone from the ICE, but like times passed, it will come back. EV’s are the trend for how long before something better comes along. I’ll just wait till then. Let’s see I’ve got 15 Yrs. before 90 set in by them they will drive themselves. I’m OK with that.
10 speed transmission…
a lot of these options are made available to the public because the racing associations say you have to make the parts available to the public if the company wants to use them on their race cars
They need to drop the 8 speed automatic
It depends on the context, if you are referring to dropping the 8 spd due to it being an error, yes. But if you are referring to them dropping the 8 spd in the Camaro ZL1. The ZL1 does not have come with an 8 spd. It comes with a 10 spd and 6 spd.
Blue + yellow = GREEN!!!
Sad days are coming! 😥😥😥
My 2020 ZL1 came with the carbon fibre spoiler that the dealer Ordered as an option, I almost choked when I saw what the option cost. Good thing I got a really good deal on the car after it sat in the show room for almost a year
So is this only about ordering the spoiler add on to just the zl1? The zl1 1le package will still include this spoiler?
Anyone knows if the build on the 2023 Camara start today
My 2023 Build for a ZL!-1LE started Monday the 27th. My salesman said the spoiler will be on the car. guess we will see
Awesome, it’s finally being built! any update on you1LE?
I ask as I have ordered one as well.
my 1LE is being transported for delivery now i was told, however we have no time that it will get to the dealer…
hoping for the following week.
post some pics when you can