A range of stripe kits, rear spoilers, grille inserts, and side and rear ground effects kits are available across the Camaro range, including LS, LT and SS Coupe models. Inside, the Camaro can be upgraded with new lighting and gauge kits plus special trim kits that add colored accents, while standards such as shift knobs, premium floormats and cargo management accessories are also available.
Pricing for most items is available, ranging from the very affordable ($53.67 for the cargo area net) to the questionable ($171.81 for a fuel filler door) to the pricey ($2,212.27 for a complete ground effects kit). Availability, however, remains unknown, with the site only posting 'coming soon' notices for each item.
The first retail Camaro has already sold - at a Barrett-Jackson auction, for a cool $350,000 - but the full-scale release of Camaros into the wild isn't expected to happen until next week at the earliest. Production was already delayed a month due to issues with a supplier going bankrupt, but GM's Terry Rhadigan has assured eager fans that the car will arrive, and that the company will build as many as it can.
10,000 pre-orders for the new Camaro have already been placed, absorbing all of the output for the first several months, but building in a huge market for the accessories revealed today.