Now that I’m finished with my rant, what do you want to know about the 50th Anniversary Edition Chevrolet Camaro? Well, it is a car that celebrates half a century of all things Camaro. It was 1966 when the Camaro started to be a part of any conversation on pony cars, muscle cars, and so forth. More to the point, it was two years late to the Ford Mustang's party.
Available as a coupe or convertible, the “most epic Camaro yet” is nothing more than a visual package available for the 2LT and the 2SS. Be it equipped with the 2.0, 3.6 or the 6.2, the red-letter day Chevrolet Camaro comes with a Nightfall Gray Metallic exterior. On the standard Camaro, that’s a no-cost option.
Other highlights include the RS Appearance Package for the 2LT model, 20-inch wheels with an anniversary motif, specific exterior badges and orange stripes, interior 50th Anniversary treatments galore, black leather with suede inserts and orange stitching, and a unique front grille with satin chrome accents. Oh, nearly forgot to mention this one - orange brake calipers at all four corners. The 50th Anniversary Edition 2LT, on the other hand, comes with orange-painted calipers only at the front. Epic fail? You betcha.