2024 Chevy Camaro Collector’s Edition Announced: Video29
The sixth-generation Chevy Camaro is poised to sunset for the 2024 model year, but before it departs, Chevrolet will offer the 2024 Chevy Camaro Collector’s Edition.
The new 2024 Chevy Camaro Collector’s Edition will be available in North America for Camaro RS and Camaro SS trim levels, as well as a “limited number” of ZL1-equipped vehicles. The new model confirms an earlier GM Authority report published in September of the 2021 calendar year that the 2024 Chevy Camaro would offer some sort of farewell special-edition package.
For the moment, Chevrolet is keeping a lid on exactly what the 2024 Chevy Camaro Collector’s Edition will offer over the standard Camaro model. That said, the automaker did indicate that the special edition “pays homage to Camaro, resurfacing ties that date back to the development of the first generation Camaro in the 1960s, most notably the program’s initial code name: Panther.”
Although Chevrolet declined to provide additional details, teaser images show the hood of a Chevy Camaro ZL1, complete with ZL1 badge. Another teaser image shows a shadowy profile image of the two-door with a wing-like rear spoiler and multi-spoke alloy wheels.
Orders for the 2024 Chevy Camaro Collector’s Edition kick off this summer, at which time more information will be released. Production of the final 2024 Chevy Camaro models is set for January of the 2024 calendar year. As a reminder, the sixth-generation Chevy Camaro is produced at the GM Lansing Grand River Assembly plant in Michigan.
Chevy also released a brief 1-minute video paying tribute to the sixth-generation Chevy Camaro and its many variants, including both street cars and race cars. Check it out below:
Looking ahead, GM has confirmed that it will offer a next-generation Chevy Camaro sometime in the future. The details surrounding the next-gen Camaro are still unknown, but may include a wide variety of all-electric models under a broader Camaro EV sub-brand “umbrella.”
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Nice but we need more motor to keep up with the fast group of fun runners.
Please retire the Camaro name with the car. Don’t insult the car and the fans by re-using it on some joke EV.
I’m sure there is a very small, ardent, group that agrees with your sentiment. But I think gm likes money though. And the market is going where the market is going.
The vast majority agree with RWD’s sentiment. If it winds up going the route of the “Mach-E”, it is a slap to the face of the people who love the nameplate and only serves the executives at GM who want to make a buck without developing a new passion in the people. If it winds up going “slick EV sports car tesla killer/track killer”, then it’s cool again, but using it on a crossover EV is an insult to the people who are passionate about the car because of what the car is and it’s history. The Camaro never has been and never will be crossover, and a crossover has never stirred the souls of the people in the way the Camaro has.
When you say “vast majority” that’s the vast majority of Camaro enthusiasts. Cars, compared to trucks, CUVs, and SUVs are a niche market, performance cars are a niche market WITHIN that. The real “vast majority” that gm actually cares about are buying trucks, CUVs, and SUVs. And that group may not even give the current Camaro a second look, but a new “sporty” CUV may just get their attention and sell more, thus making gm more money.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m one of those enthusiasts myself, but I’m also a realist. gm wants to maximize profits. Sometimes that goal aligns with the enthusiast’s enjoyment, the near future seems not to. As far as it looks now, anyway.
Nobody is arguing that a crossover will make more money. We’re saying that using the camaro name plate for that purpose is a slap to the face of the enthusiasts. You are straying from the topic of discussion; discontinuing the camaro name plate instead of abusing it to make a quick buck.
Vast majority of Camaro enthusiasts agree is still true. Look at RWD’s comment’s reception, then look at yours.
Electric cars are trash. They’re big heavy boats that can only go fast in a straight line. That’s my sentiment.
The problem is “the market” is being driven by a political climate change agenda that pays car manufacturers to make EV. Don’t insult the Camaro name by attaching this woke agenda.
… no dont retire the Camaro. I want the name to live on forever.
Greatest American sports car of all time. If you must electrify it, make it hybrid with a small battery pack. I don’t want a 4-5000 lb boat, I want a nimble sports car that sets lap records on the race track.
I guess I’m not understanding are the adding another trim level there is no RS trim level it is a package
let me guess, badges, itll be black or grey only, & special seats. no performance differences.
Mustangs will still be around for a few years.
need a superercharged 6.6 running 800 hp at least
Watching this tribute video was disheartening. Im so happy I have a 6 gen, but after seeing what Dodge did, what Chevrolet doing here is rather flat. I was deluded hoping for an E-Ray type Camaro. Something special, remarkable. A sticker package. Really nothing : (
It would be nice if it had a LT5 under the hood for it’s last run !
Typical GM, they haven’t done any camaro advertising or improvements for years, now that they are discontinuing the car, they are trying to make a big deal of it! The camaro could be so much more if they had of stayed with the times and made some modern improvements, instead of beating a dead horse. Again I say no “carpeople” at GM, just people with a job.
Now, is the next step a mid-engine Camaro? It was rumored last year, so maybe that would be the 7th generation.
It could be something really exciting, if they would just go for it. Let’s get a real Camaro enthusiast to design the next generation. We need to have “Sparky” sit this next design out!
As a GM guy forever, I must say that Ford is going to have a nice piece of the market to themselves once Chevy and Dodge leave the playing field.
Yep, as the Camaros dry up & used prices/interest rates go up a bit, a shiny new Ford Mustang GT might just be the ticket. Been expecting the end of the run for a while now, but really sad that are ending it so soon next year. As far as a end of the line edition, just didn’t expect much from GM based on their past history.
i say for the last hurrah , put the lt6 engine add a turbo and have the zl1 body , call it a Z/28.
Anyone else notice the panther in the ‘R’ of Camaro in the teaser image?
I did, highlight of clip.Could have taken the Panther thing, ran with it. Sucha a shame they didnt do what Dodge is doing.
The only reason sales are down is GM refuses to build more. There hasn’t been a camaro ss on a car lot for more than a day for the last three years. Camaro ss 1le cars are unobtainium. Zl1? Never to be seen.
Really sad to see the Camaro go again. Even though I have had some nice Corvette’s including a new C8 ZO6/ZO7, I have always been more of a Camaro Guy. I have a 1971 Z28/RS that my parents bought new for me for my 16th birthday and I also have a 2012 ZL1 that my wife and I bought new.
I’m thinking a 2024 Camaro Z28 with a LT6 motor would be nice car. Just a thought
I think of myself as a GM guy, though I have owned both Camaros and Mustangs. The mustang has always been about sporty, but comfortable and mainstream architecture (seat height, for example). The camaro has been more adventurous, more a sports car with a back seat. Its been harder to slide in and out, harder to have good visibility from the driver’s seat, better handling and often more power available. Enthusiasts including me have preferred the sports & performance emphasis of the Camaro, but the overall market has chosen the Mustang as the preferred muscle/pony car.
Lets face it, auto companies are all about stockholders and profits. They should be and they have to be. They can’t pander to a smaller and smaller group of performance purists at their own peril. I want a strong and profitable GM so they can continue to afford and bring to market some quality performance products. This is an especially tough time to please the group of readers of this publication when the dollars and engineering have to be dedicated to getting the electric half of the business off the ground.
Give the management a break. They are pedaling as fast as they can and prioritizing profitable ICE products to fund the EV products they are being required to develop. GM is outselling Ford in pickup trucks, both in the light duty and heavy duty segments (where the dollars are), are beating all comers in SUVs (Tahoe and Suburban) and holding there own in crossovers. The Corvette is taking market share from the Europeans. They are also doing a better than average job at EV development and just moved into the #2 position behind Tesla. We should all be celebrating the American success story of GM, a company that was bankrupt 15 short years ago.