The 2021 Chevy Camaro is available in several trims with a handful of special editions and some customization packages thrown in across the line, giving buyers a lot of control over what they want in their car.
First, there’s the Camaro LS. Starting at a staggeringly affordable $25,000, the LS comes standard with a 2.0 liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, manual transmission, and 18-inch wheels. A great starter Camaro for budget-conscious buyers that need a modern muscle car in their driveway.
Next, the LT coupe comes in at just $500 more than the LS, but within the LT trim, there are available 2LT and 3LT packages, both of which bundle popular options in a simplified way. Buyers can upgrade to a V6 engine and choose between two optional paddle-shift transmissions: an 8-speed and a 10-speed. 20-inch wheels also become available when choosing the LT. In addition, the LT comes in a sporty convertible body style.
The Camaro LT1 will have high performance drivers frothing at the mouth, because it’s here that - for $34,000 starting- this Camaro packs a 6.2 liter V8 engine under the hood, and 20-inch wheels are standard.
Moving up the trim line, we find the iconically named Camaro SS. Sitting at $37,500, this Camaro offers the same 6.2 liter engine, 20-inch wheels, and a rear spoiler, along with a series of cooling systems that the LT doesn’t have.
Last, but certainly not least, sitting at the top of the class is the formidable Camaro ZL1. Its MSRP of $63,000 tells us something big has changed. That big thing is the 6.2 liter supercharged V8 engine sitting menacingly under the hood and an available 1LE Extreme Track Performance Package. Together, this dynamic duo delivers heart-thumping speed and performance, with a side of adrenaline you’d better prepare yourself for. With 650 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque at your command, you need to be ready for the sheer force this car delivers.