2023 Chevy Camaro 20-Inch Caliente Wheel Option Available Again10
The 2023 Chevy Camaro is the eighth model year of the latest sixth-generation sports car, introducing a number of important changes and updates. Among these is the reintroduction of a 20-inch wheel option.
The 20-inch wheel in question is dubbed Caliente, and is tagged with RPO code 57V. Wheel width is staggered front to back, with the front wheels measuring in at 20 inches by 8.5 inches, and the rear wheels measuring in at 20 inches by 9.5 inches. The 20-inch Caliente Alloy Wheels are offered as an LPO-level option, which means they are installed by the dealer, rather than at the factory when the vehicle is initially produced. Customers can opt for the 20-inch Caliente Alloy Wheels on 2023 Chevy Camaro 1SS and 2SS trim levels. Pricing is set at $500 for the set.
The overall design incorporates a 10-spoke layout with a black inner finish and silver top finish for the individual spokes, creating a nice two-tone effect that goes well with a variety of different exterior paint finishes.
Critically, the 57V Caliente wheel option was previously offered for the 2020 model year and 2021 model year, but was later dropped for the 2022 model year. Now, the wheel design is back for the 2023 model year.
Interested customers can spec the 2023 Chevy Camaro at the official online configurator at Chevrolet’s website. Pricing starts at $27,495, including destination freight charge, for the base-model 1LS Coupe. Notably, pricing has increased across the board for all trim levels compared to equivalent 2022-model-year vehicles, with price increases ranging between $800 and $3,700, depending on the trim level selected.
In terms of updates, the 2023 Chevy Camaro now offers a few new exterior colors, namely Radiant Red and Sharkskin Metallic. Unfortunately, several dealer-installed options are no longer available, as GM Authority covered previously.
As a reminder, the 2023 Chevy Camaro once again offers four separate powertrain options. These include the turbocharged 2.0L I4 LTG gasoline engine, the naturally aspirated 3.6L V6 LGX gasoline engine, the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 LT1 gasoline engine, and finally, the supercharged 6.2L V8 LT4 gasoline engine. Providing the underpinnings is the GM Alpha platform, with production taking place at the GM Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan.
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I think they make the Camaro [email protected]@K cheap. Why not color code like the 70’s or 80’s.
The camaro days are shortening fast I really think there just putting in time now till the end. Sad really but the interest has been lost years ago I think on marketing this machine. There option flip flops and as you say the colours are just supporting that even more I think now
Sad way to end an iconic vehicle as it’s been !
It’s amazing that these allow enough fender clearance. They look tight.
Yah those are photo shop no way its really that tight.. Maybe tires are lower profile. Mine had 20′ rims not that close.
GM has made a huge mistake in ending the Camaro. But if you look at GM history they have always been good at killing a good product and not listening to the buying public.
I swear, they know what I really like, so they cancel it. This has happened MANY times over my lifetime with Chevy, starting in the 1970 – 80s. I NEVER would have dreamed back then that the Camaro would ever disappear. Last straw GM! If it goes, I’m done!
I believe these are the wheels introduced with the 2018 Camaro Hot Wheels 50th anniversary model. In 2018, the wheels were satin Gray with machined aluminum. Now, they are black with machined aluminum. Less than 2,000 Hot Wheels Camaros were produced in 2018. So, it makes financial sense for GM to continue using the tooling and offer these wheels in the 2020-2023 model years. They look grate on the “Crush” orange 2018 Hot Wheels edition Camaro!
I have these wheels on my 2021 2SS. LOVE THEM !!! I get compliments all the time about them. They are VERY close to the Hot Wheels wheel but are slightly different. ONLY way to see difference is side by side. Glad they brought them back.
Love the Caliante wheels