Even though the Camaro just got a mid-cycle refresh in 2019, we’ll still see a long list of updates for 2020. The most notable of which is the addition of a new LT1 trim, that uses the 6.2-liter V8 from the Camaro SS but the body from the Camaro LT. The Camaro Convertible skips the base 1LS trim that comes with the Coupe but is still offered in a staggering six trims for the new year.
Inside, we’ll see new red accents like seatbelts and kneepads, and all Camaro models will get a tire fill alert feature. A rear camera mirror is standard for the 3LT Convertible. Four gas engines are available for 2020: a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, one naturally-aspirated V6, one naturally-aspirated V8, and one supercharged V8. These are direct carryovers from the previous year.
Options and packages are too numerous to name, but advanced safety features are locked up in higher trims. Buyers will have to step all the way up to the $37,995 3LT Convertible before any are even available. The package includes rear cross-traffic alerts, rear park assist, and lane change alerts with side blind zone alerts.
The Camaro Convertible competes with the Mustang Convertible and the Dodge Challenger, even though it doesn’t come with a topless option. The Camaro Convertible should have a starting price near its 2019 number of $32,495.