If you want to add some style to your new Camaro, you might be out of luck.
The Chevrolet Camaro has been stuck between a rock and a hard place for a while now. Declining sales figures have Chevrolet worried, and while the company promises that the car will stick around until 2024, the sixth-generation Camaro is set to be replaced by an EV muscle car to compete with electric versions of Dodge's Challenger and Charger. In the meantime, Camaro customers have to struggle on with limited availability on design packages for the 2022 model year. Chevrolet offers the 2022 Camaro with three design packages, and as it stands, full availability will only be realized by the end of the year, possibly due to the current global shipping crisis.
Chevrolet simply calls the packages Design Package 1, Design Package 2, and Design Package 3, and offers them on all Camaro Coupe and Camaro Convertible trims except the LS and LZ1. These packages were previously offered with three unique paint color options: Vivid Orange Metallic, Wild Cherry Tintcoat, and Rapid Blue. When going for the 1LT, 2LT, 3LT, Chevrolet requires you to add the RS Package in conjunction with any of the three design packages. Design Package 1 costs $1,970 and includes 20-inch five-split polished forged wheels with Black star center caps and summer tires, Silver Camaro logo wheel center caps, Black fender hash marks, and a Black Camaro fender badge.
Design Package 2 goes for $5,420 and includes black suede knee pads, a Black fuel filler door with carbon inserts, and second-generation ground effects in Carbon Flash Metallic. Finally, Design Package 3 retails for $5,220 and adds a Satin Black hood stripe with a Silver Ice Metallic hash mark over the contents of Design Package 2. Die-hard Camaro fans will have to wait if they want the extra style offered by these packages, and while a new gas-powered Camaro won't be coming, expect a rather special farewell edition to make an appearance in 2024.