Chevrolet has introduced a special edition Camaro to celebrate the vehicle’s 50th anniversary. The Camaro was launched on September 26, 1966 and has long been the rival of the Ford Mustang.
According to Chevrolet, the 50th anniversary edition honors the distinctive looks and performance that have always set the Camaro apart.
Described as the “most epic Camaro,” the special edition model sports a ‘Nightfall Gray Metallic’ exterior paint along with a body-colored front splitter and a revamped bumper that features satin chrome accents.
The vehicle also comes with orange body stripes, orange brake calipers, 20-inch alloy wheels with 50th anniversary center caps and a trunk-mounted spoiler.
The automaker has yet to release interior photos of the special edition Camaro but, Chevrolet did say that the 50th anniversary edition comes with black leather interior with suede inserts and orange accent stitching.
Chevrolet adds that the cabin features 50th anniversary logos on the instrument panel, seatbacks, steering wheel and illuminated sill plates.
The 50th anniversary edition Camaro is available in coupes and convertibles with official pricing yet to be announced.