To mark 45 years of the Camaro, Chevrolet has unveiled this special edition anniversary model
14 April 2011

Chevrolet has launched a special edition Camaro to mark 45 years of the iconic sports car.

The 45th Anniversary Special Edition Chevrolet Camaro will be offered with the car's top two trim levels - 2LT and 2SS - for both coupe and convertible variants.

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Exterior features include a red and silver 'rally stripe,' which contrasts with the ‘carbon flash’ metallic paint.

Also included with the special Camaro is anniversary badging, 20-inch alloys and black leather interior with commemorative logos - these also feature on the instrument panel, steering wheel, gear lever and sills.

The 2012 Camaro model line-up is offered with a revised version of the previous model’s 3.6-litre V6 petrol engine, with power up by 11bhp to 319bhp at 6800rpm. For the Camaro SS, the suspension has also been revised for better ride and handling.

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