Exclusive to the 2024 model year and intended as a send-off package for the Bow Tie brand’s iconic muscle car, the limited Collector’s Edition will feature a bevy of exterior and interior features that distinguish properly-equipped units from “regular” Camaro models. Now, GM Authority has learned how many 2024 Chevy Camaro Collector’s Edition units General Motors is currently planning to build.
Sources close to the matter tell GM Authority that The General is looking to build 2,000 units of the Collector’s Edition across the LT/RS, LT1 and 1SS/2SS trim levels, along with an additional 350 units for the ZL1 Collector’s Edition production.
It’s worth noting that the figure for non-ZL1 trim levels is subject to change at any time.
For those who may be unaware, here’s the lowdown on the Collector’s Edition. Available across the entire 2024 Chevy Camaro lineup, this limited package is headlined by special paint colors, accents, aero bits, and wheels. More specifically, the LT/RS, LT1 and SS trims will feature the Panther Black Metallic Tintcoat paint (color code GLK), Satin Black accents stripes, 20-inch Satin Black wheels (or optional Polished Forged Wheels), 1LE front splitter, and a coupe-exclusive ZL1 rear spoiler.
In regard to the high-performance ZL1, Collector’s Edition units will feature the unique Panther Matte Black paint job (color code GNW), a Black Metallic ZL1 stripe, red brake calipers, black lug nuts, the ZL1 1LE front splitter, and the coupe-exclusive ZL1 1LE rear wing.
As far as pricing is concerned, a base LT/RS equipped with the Collector’s Edition package will feature a starting MSRP of $39,440. Meanwhile, the range-topping ZL1 Collector’s Edition will boast a starting price of $88,690.
As a reminder, production of the 2024 Chevy Camaro currently scheduled to officially kick off in August 2023. Until then, orders for the final model year of the sixth-generation Camaro opened up June 15th, 2023.