That's right, the price is staying exactly the same
Production of the 2021 Chevrolet Camaro, a direct competitor to the Ford Mustang, started on August 6 at the company's GM factory in Lansing Grand River, Michigan, and many were glad to hear that the 2021 model would bring forth a few notable changes, including the addition of a 10-speed automatic transmission to the SS 1LE Track Performance Package, and standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration across the range. Now comes even better news: according to GM Authority, there will be no price difference between the 2020 and 2021 car, despite the increase in standard gear. You heard that right.
The new Wild Cherry Tintcoat has not been included in the base price, unlike the addition of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and will carry an extra cost of $495. This new color forms part of a two-part package, named the Wild Cherry Design Package one and two. Both packages change the outward looks of the car with bigger wheels and decal work amongst other things. Other changes include wireless charging as standard on 3LT and 2SS models. The RS package will also be made available on LT1 models. Unfortunately, the Shock and Steel Special Edition package has been discontinued.
At the bottom of the coupe range sits the 1LS 2.0-liter Turbo which goes for an MSRP of $25,000. The 1LT package goes for the exact same price. In the middle of the pack is the LT1 6.2-liter V8 which costs $34,000. The top-spec ZL1 6.2-liter supercharged V8 coupe will still cost $63,000. The convertible range starts off with the 1LS 2.0-liter turbo at a price of $31,500, which is a price increase of $6,500 over the coupe. The LT1 6.2-liter V8 will set you back $40,000 which is $6,000 more than the coupe, and the ZL1 in drop-top configuration will cost $69,000, or $6,000 more than the coupe. We commend Chevrolet for this valiant deed.