2023 Chevy Camaro Gets New Radiant Red Tintcoat Color: First Look13
The 2023 Chevy Camaro adds two new exterior colors to its palette: Sharkskin Metallic and Radiant Red Tintcoat. Here’s our first look at the new Red hue.
Assigned RPO code GNT and touch-up paint code WA-170H, Radiant Red Tintcoat is one of nine exterior colors offered on the muscle car, which include:
- Rapid Blue
- Red Hot
- Riverside Blue Metallic
- Shadow Grey Metallic
- Summit White
- Vivid Orange Metallic
- Radiant Red Tintcoat (new for 2023)
- Sharkskin Metallic (new for 2023)
Radiant Red Tintcoat is an extra-cost item that adds an additional $495 to the car’s price. It is available on all trim levels and can be combined with all Camaro interior colorways.
For reference, here are all five available interior colorways offered on the 2023 Camaro:
- Adrenaline Red
- Ceramic White
- Jet Black
- Jet Black with Red Accents
- Medium Ash Gray
The 2023 Chevy Camaro represents the eighth model year for the current, sixth-generation nameplate, seeing only a handful of changes and updates over the 2022 model year. Among these is the debut of two new 20-inch wheel options, the deletion of several interior trim kits along with various dealer-installed options such as the Sport pedals kit.
The 2022 Chevy Camaro is offered with four gasoline engine options: The turbocharged 2.0L LTG four-cylinder, naturally aspirated 3.6L LGX V6, naturally aspirated 6.2L LT1 V8 and, for the high-performance ZL1 model only, the supercharged 6.2L LT4 V8.
The Chevy Camaro is on the chopping block, and will be dropped from the Bow Tie’s lineup following the 2024 model year. It will add a Camaro Heritage Edition model to commemorate its run.
The 2023 Chevy Camaro rides on a variant of the GM Alpha platform. Approximately 70 percent of the Alpha architecture’s components are unique to Camaro. Production of the 2023 Camaro started at the GM Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan on June 17th, 2022. The online configurator is now live for the 2023 Camaro.
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I think I liked the old red tint coat better.this new version is a bit too dark.
Sometimes you need to look at it on a vehicle to decide if it is for you. With so few on the lots gm should give the dealers paint samples on metal. When Ocean Blue came out I said hell no from looking at a picture, seeing it on a truck it looked nothing like the picture and I said hell yes after wearing dealers out on the price till they almost gave it to me for free just to make me go away.
Killing the Camaro in 2024 just says go buy a Mustang. GM once again has no interest in the whole auto market. Where once they had something for every type of buyer they now only see a small part of the buying public. I’ve been a GM buyer since 1969. Time to look at other companies and GM could care less . GM is a very sad company compared to what it once was. So long GM.
Camaro is least loved vehicle by gm,the only reason it is around is PR and Nascar.
PR? GM does nothing with the Camaro. GM is getting all this money from the Fedl govt for electric cars. Like an electric Vette. See the video from Spain? Testing a 2024 electric Vette. Up in flames/called a thermal event. Or how about a 2025 electric Silverado for what 100k? GM is stupid and greedy. Mustang is coming out with an updated 2024 gas powered Mustang. You don`t know very much about cars, do you? A few years ago, Motor Trend tested a BMW M4 vs A SS Camaro. Which car is better. First Motor trend magazine has loved BMWS for decades. The article said at the beginning this is not a fair test. BMW will win easily. Guess what Camaro better braking, handling & just as fast. For $ 34,000 less. Camaro for what it is can still much up against a BMW.
Excuse me, like politicians would say I misspoke and this happened because of a slight hangover and before the coffee was brewed.
What I meant is appearances with the musclecar crowd, they felt the flak for a decade after dropping the camaro while making big money selling the most popular crate engines of any OEM.
Most people who are shopping performance cars are not cross shoppers, they are going to go Asian, European or American regardless of what anybody in the media says.
Same thing happened here in Oz with our STUPID One Sided Car Mag Journalists pitting local Holden & Ford manufactured Muscle Cars against twice or Triple priced Euro trash and Bagging the local product. This helped the Demise. Now they’re gone and the whinge. My Point, WAKE UP AMERICA. Enjoy what you have.
Computer generated “pictures” of cars give absolutely no indication at all of what the paint colors looks like in natural light, using a real, honest to goodness Camaro. For example, the ZL1 Camaro photograph in blue.
Since they are so dead set about killing a beloved icon since 1967, with 2024 being the last year, I’d like to see them go to the 1969 Camaro color palette, the entire color catalog. Think of how the final year of Camaro would look like in throwback colors such as LeMan’s Blue, Fathom Green, Hugger Orange, Cortez Silver, Azure Turquoise and the rest of those great colors.
Can I see them doing this? Absolutely not. This is not our Father’s or Grandfather’s GM.
Funny you say that, both my father and grandfather retired from GM in 92 and 77 respectively.
I’ve given up on GM ever going back to the synergy green metallic paint color, or even something close to it. Their decision to kill the Camaro is the biggest bonehead move since the Boston Red Socks trading Babe Ruth to the Yankees. I love the Camaro but now will be looking at the Mustang for my next car buy. Good riddance GM.
I’d settle for almost ANY shade of green at this point! It seems GM has forgotten that blue and yellow make green. Make a green that really pops, and you have a winner, like the 1990 and 91 Dark Teal (#1 seller both years). Synergy was my favorite for the 5th gens. I currently have 2 green Camaros and am always keeping my eyes open for another green addition. Unfortunately, I can’t look on the NEW car lot if I want a green.
I’m seriously thinking about ordering a 24 Camaro SS 6-speed stick. A good investment.
I love the wheels, and a splash of Radiant Red Tintcoat would really set them off………at least they didn’t paint them black.