General Motors recently launched the limited-run Collector Edition packages of the sixth-generation Camaro in the United States and Canada, of which only 1,335 units were built. Meanwhile, a special-edition variant of the muscle car has launched in Japan as the 2024 Chevy Camaro SS Final Edition.
The automaker introduced the 2024 Chevy Camaro SS Final Edition in Japan as part of the farewell sales strategy for the sixth-generation Camaro, which officially ended production on December 14th at the GM Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan. Only 50 units of the 2024 Chevy Camaro SS Final Edition are available in Japan, with a finish and details specific to the Asian country. In addition, the manufacturer launched a batch of units of the standard 2024 Camaro SS that arrived simultaneously on the Japanese market.
Based on the model’s popular SS trim level, the 2024 Chevy Camaro Final Edition has a more understated appearance than the North American Collector’s Edition version with its overall blacked-out finish. Buyers can choose between Black (color code GBA) paint with the White Pearl center stripe (DW7) or Summit White (GAZ) with the Black Metallic center stripe (DUU), while standard-issue 20-inch bright 5-spoke silver-painted aluminum wheels (RPO code 56S) are fitted as well.
In fact, one of the most notable differences of the 2024 Chevy Camaro SS Final Edition for Japan compared to the other farewell editions is that this version is also available in white. Additionally, it is equipped with distinctive limited-edition plaques at the bottom of the steering wheel and at the top left of the glove box. Unique floor mats also round out the Final Edition’s exclusive features.
Deliveries of the 2024 Chevy Camaro SS Final Edition recently began in Japan, where the total batch of the limited farewell version includes 30 units in Black and 20 units in Summit White are still available in the GM dealer network Japan. The 2024 Camaro SS Final Edition is priced at 9,400,000 yen, about $62,950 USD at current exchange rates.