There are very few American-made automobiles that can outperform the Chevrolet Camaro. For 2019, this particular vehicle is coming with various options. This funky new facelift and polarizing trim is setting the precedent for modern-day muscle cars. First and foremost, the Camaro will come in many different trims. This includes the LS, the LT, the SS and the ZL1. The power performance of these vehicles will vary also so choosing the right vehicle that fits your need might take some due diligence. Let’s breakdown some of the many options that’s available.

Variety & Options

The 2019 Chevrolet Camaro will come in a standard version as well as a convertible version. The 6.2-liter V8 engine will produce a whopping 455 horsepower. The power of this muscle car is immense, and Chevy has decided to stick with Brembo performance four-wheel brakes. These magnificent brakes will come equipped with 20-inch aluminum wheels. Some of the other wheel choices included are the black five-spoke wheels and the silver-painted aluminum wheels. The 2SS has many features such as piercing LED headlamps, a heads-up display and leather-appointed seats.

The all-new Camaro has a reimagined front grille and newly sculpted hoods. The 1LT model starts at $25,500. This four-cylinder engine produces up to 275 horsepower, and it sits on 18-inch aluminum wheels. This is the same trim from the previous year, but let’s take a closure look at the heart of this beast.

Engine Types

When it comes to performance, Chevy has the heart of a champion. The 2.0-liter turbocharged engine from above will produce up to 295 pound-feet of torque. In a drag race from zero to 60 mph, this vehicle will reach its destination in under 5.5 seconds. There’s a 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces as much as 335 horsepower and 284 pound-feet of torque. Its eight-speed automatic transmission is better than ever thanks to its new Active Fuel Management system. Drivers can expect to go from zero to 60 mph in under 5.2 seconds. Of course, consumers will need to choose the Camaro LT to receive this performance.

The 6.2-liter V8 comes with the LT1 trim from above. There’s a paddle-shift system that’s hooked up to a 10-speed automatic transmission. There are up to 455 ponies under the hood as well as 455 pound-feet of torque. Zero to 60 mph can be reached in 4.3 seconds. The monster of them sits in the Camaro ZL1, and this beast produces upward of 650 horsepower as well as 650 pound-feet of torque. There’s a 1.7-liter Eaton supercharger that does a phenomenal job of sucking in air. Thanks to the 10-speed automatic transmission, drivers will effortlessly shift through the gears in record-breaking time. All of these remarkable engine have direction injection and variable valve timing, which helps to improve fuel efficiency.

Which Transmission Goes With What?

A better breakdown of the transmission options can be found here. The manual transmission is incorporated with a short-throw shifter and Active Rev Matching. The ZL1, and the SS sports these features. The eight-speed, paddle-shift automatic transmission is available with the LT and LS models. The 10-speed, paddle-shift automatic transmission can be found in the SS and ZL1 models.


Unlike this automaker’s competition, this vehicle will come in numerous exterior hues, including red hot, riverside blue, black, satin-steel metallic, summit white, shock yellow, crush orange, metallic black and silver metallic. When purchasing this car, the options are literally endless. Personalizing this vehicle gives it a more unique appearance. Car enthusiasts can choose from a variety of exterior features such as go-fast decals, satin-black hood stripes, hash marks, rally stripes, fender-hash marks and many more.

Camaro’s Insignia package brings in chrome-exterior elements, painted engine covers and premium-carpeted flooring mats. This package costs an extra $755. The Camaro Logo package costs an additional $495, and the Performance Enthusiast package costs an additional $370.

The 2019 Chevrolet Camaro is in a class all by itself. This magnificent vehicle also comes equipped with premium-interior features such as 4G Wi-Fi, heated/vented seats, RECARO seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Depending on the exact model/trim, car enthusiasts will have access to a six-speaker audio system or a Bose audio system. Since you’ll thoroughly enjoy your time on the roadways, Chevy has done a great job of offering plenty of safety features for protecting you. The car’s electronic-stability control system provides the right amount of traction, and it’s infused with StabiliTrac technology. For better backing up capability, drivers will find the rear-view camera to be a blessing, and there’s a boat-load of preventive-safety components such as Forward-Collision Alert, Side Blind Zone Alert, Rear Park Assist and Rear-Cross Traffic Alert.