The sixth-generation Camaro isn’t even on the market yet but Chevrolet is already previewing a range of accessories and performance upgrades for the car. From air intake and exhaust systems, to lowering kits, ground-effects packages, spoilers and even Brembo brake packages, the parts and accessories on offer are designed to offer customers choices for distinguishing their new Camaros on the street and making the most of the performance capabilities.
Some of the highlights include a new exhaust system that’s meant to enhance the sound of the car. Designed for the V-6 and V-8 engines of the new Camaro, the exhaust system is a direct replacement for the factory system and maintains the vehicle’s factory warranty, though it’s not compatible with the Camaro’s available dual-mode exhaust system.
For the other end of the car there is an air intake system that’s proven to help reduce air restriction and includes a reusable open-element air filter. This is the designed exclusively for the V-8. Then there are some Brembo brake packages which include four- and six-piston options, as well as stylish engine covers for all three powertrains being offered with the sixth-gen Camaro.
The final performance upgrade worth mentioning is a suspension lowering kit, which incorporates higher-rate front and rear coil springs, along with specifically tuned struts and shocks. These kits not only lower the car by up to 20 millimeters but also improve ride quality and vehicle performance, according to Chevy. Four different setups are being offered.
Some of the new accessories being offered include additional wheel patterns, grille kits with body-color inserts, graphics packages, additional interior trim options, and a unique aero kit with a blade-style rear spoiler. There are also alternate-finish versions of existing features such as smoked tail-lamp lenses and blacked-out or LED-illuminated bowtie emblems.
Many of these upgrades are already featured in an online configurator, which you can access here.
Sales of the sixth-generation Camaro commence this fall, with pricing starting at $26,695 when you include Chevy's standard $995 destination charge.