The marvelous and iconic Camaro will soon be in our rearview mirror, but not before the 2024 Chevy Camaro hits our showroom for one final swan song. The entire Guntersville Chevrolet team is excited to offer performance enthusiasts a final opportunity to claim a Camaro and a piece of automotive history for themselves. Whether you choose a coupe for the daily drive or opt for a ragtop with Chevy’s powerful V8, this is the best––and the last––time to call a new Camaro your own.
Retiring the Camaro in its sixth generation, Chevrolet marks the end of an era for the classic nameplate, but not before one last hurrah. The rear-wheel drive 2024 Camaro lineup encompasses three powertrains, seven trims, and a unique Collector Edition package. You can still outfit your Camaro with a six-speed manual transmission; however, a 10-speed automatic is also available. Throughout the 2024 lineup, buyers will find trims with upgraded engines, optional packages for a performance boost, and even next-gen connectivity technology.
Chevy pulls out all the stops as the Chevy Camaro enters its last model year, adding exciting exterior paint colors for more customization options and special accents as part of the Collector Edition series. Many enthusiasts know that the Camaro’s internal code name was “Panther” back when Chevy engineers first began designing it. The Bow Tie brand’s decision to add Panther Black Metallic and Panther Black Matte paint colors pays homage to the first-ever Camaro’s original internal code name.
“Panther” is woven into each Collector Edition model, which means the spirit of the Camaro’s roots is as well. If you’ve ever considered owning a Camaro, or if you once had a poster of an iconic Camaro muscle car hanging on your wall and thought, maybe someday––that someday is here. Claim your piece of automotive history and purchase a 2024 Chevy Camaro. Who knows? Maybe someday, your 2024 Camaro will become a classic, just like the original.
Take a look at the 2024 Camaro’s base trims, and you might be surprised to discover that they are not only affordable but also incredibly fuel-efficient, making them a great choice for commuters who don’t want to drive a basic sedan or small crossover. These trims––the 1LT, 2LT, and 3LT––represent an opportunity for buyers to own the last-ever Camaro without breaking the bank. The base powertrain––a hearty 3.6-liter V6––makes 335 hp and delivers an estimated 20 MPG combined.
Choosing a 1LT, 2LT, or 3LT starts with deciding which body style you prefer. Would you enjoy the practicality of a classic two-door coupe, or is something inside you craving the open-air feeling of a convertible? Chevy offers all three LT trims in either style. Each comes with standard 18-inch wheels, and larger 20-inch wheels are available as an upgrade. Both the 2LT and 3LT include dual-zone automatic climate control, offering your carpool workmate the freedom to dial in their own temperature.
Chevy understands that commuters need a comfortable cabin to lessen driver fatigue and make daily driving more enjoyable. The standard heated and ventilated seats on the 2LT and 3LT keep you extra comfy on those extreme temperature days. You’ll also appreciate the standard heated steering wheel on the 3LT when the mercury dips in the wintertime. An available power sunroof allows Camaro coupe drivers to let in some fresh air and sunlight.
As for connectivity, the standard touchscreen displays all your favorite smartphone apps via wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The standard wireless device charger on the 3LT eliminates the need for bulky charging cords. Optional navigation and the available Wi-Fi hotspot keep you connected and on track. The standard backup camera gets you out of parking spaces worry-free, while the optional Head-Up Display allows you to keep your eyes on the road without losing access to critical vehicle data, like fuel level, navigation cues, and current speed.
Buckle in and prepare yourself for acceleration that rivals six-figure Italian sports cars when you choose a 2024 Camaro LT1, 1SS, or 2SS. These three trims put the focus on performance, with a blistering 455 hp and 455 lb-ft of torque from Chevy’s 6.2-liter V8 engine. Pair your powerplant with a six-speed manual transmission for an authentic sports car driving experience, or opt for the available 10-speed automatic and let the transmission shift for you while you focus on gripping the wheel and pressing the throttle.
The Camaro LT1 features standard front Brembo brakes, while the 1SS and 2SS have both front and rear Brembo brakes. Camaro SS buyers can opt for the available 1LE Performance Package, which outfits this go-fast Camaro with 20-inch forged wheels, a dual-mode exhaust system, added powertrain cooling, and Magnetic Ride Control. The 1LE Package also adds an electronic limited-slip differential for enhanced traction. Chevy reports that the 1LE Package provides more than 1g of cornering capability, which, translated into layman's terms, means the Camaro SS corners like it's on rails.
The SS and LT1 Collector Edition versions offer trim-exclusive Collector Edition badging. Panther Black Metallic exterior paint is standard, along with gloss black inserts in the grille, red brake calipers for a pop of color, and a flat-bottom steering wheel covered in sueded microfiber. Larger 20-inch wheels come standard. Should buyers wish for a more head-turning curb profile, Chevy offers Nitro Yellow and Riptide Blue Metallic paint.
If 455 ponies don’t sound like enough, consider the ferocious 2024 Chevy Camaro ZL1. Boasting a 650 hp supercharged V8, this go-fast Camaro version isn’t easy to find, as production is limited. If you’re lucky enough to call it your own, the ZL1 is at its best with the 1LE Extreme Track Performance Package. Wider summer tires, a driver-adjustable front suspension, and special dampers propel the ZL1 from zero to sixty in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it 3.5 seconds. The Camaro ZL1’s 11 heat exchangers keep key components cool while you’re supported on a standard Recaro driver’s seat and redlining at the track.
Chevy has added an optional Collector Edition to every trim of the 2024 Camaro. These cars differentiate themselves from the traditional lineup with special exterior paint, trim, and accents, all designed to showcase the last-ever Camaro in a unique and timeless way. You don’t have to opt for the pricey SS to grab one of these unique Collector Edition models since even the 1LT can be outfitted with special, one-time-only extras.
The 1LT, 2LT, and 3LT trims gain the following equipment and features:
The LT1 includes all the above features, as well as:
The 1SS and 2SS add:
The ZL1 includes:
Along with the Collector Edition packages, Chevy is offering a Garage 56 Edition for the ZL1 trim. This comes with Le Mans NASCAR Cup Car-inspired graphics, a rear-spoiler wicker bill, and front aero drive planes. The Garage 56 Edition features Riptide Blue exterior paint, and production will be limited to 56 total units.