Chevrolet is celebrating the Japanese upgrade of the 2020 Camaro to a limited edition model called the Heritage Edition. The firm will sell 90 units exclusively in Japan.
The Heritage Edition is based on the 2016 remodeled camera that is currently available in global stores. It is offered as a coupe and convertible, and both come exclusively in Rally Green Metallic, a shade slightly darker than the first-generation Camaro. The coupes also get white racing. Black 20-inch wheels come standard on SS trims, while other variants come in silver design.
Chevrolet's interior photos have not been released yet, but he noted that the coupe is in the Jet Black, with a convertible brown shade called the Kalahari. All said, the legacy-inspired changes are extraordinary, especially given that the name has been around for over 5 decades throughout history throughout the world.
Manual modification is not part of the package. The Japanese Camaro range does not include the 3.6-liter V6, so buyers should opt for the 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharger up to 275 horsepower, or the 6.2-liter V8, which puts 453 horsepower under the driver's right foot. Neither manual transmission is available.
Delivery of the Heritage Edition will begin in the summer of 2020. The LT RS model costs 5.65 million yen (about US $ 51,500), which compares to the normal production model. The convertible starts at 6.45 million yen (about $ 58,000), and the SS costs 7.48 million yen (about $ 68,000), rising by $ 180 and $ 3500, respectively, compared to the standard Camaro. Production is limited to 30 LT RS cars, 20 convertible and 40 SS models.
GM will confirm that Chevrolet will not offer the package to America and need not; Enthusiasts who want to paint a Camaro painted black or brown on the Rally Green Metallic can order from the nearest dealer.